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Temperate Forests

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  • 1. Temperate Forests By Tigergirl, Crs97, and Queen
  • 2. Fact 1
    • The temperate forest is normally called deciduous forest.
  • 3. Fact 2
    • Most of the trees lose their leaves in the winter and not fall.
  • 4. Fact 3
    • In the fall trees start to shut down because of the cold weather.
  • 5. Fact 4
    • The leaves turn different colors such as red, yellow, or orange.
  • 6. Fact 5
    • The leaves fall off because they can’t get the water they need to survive.
  • 7. Fact 6
    • The leaves fall off because the tree doesn’t have the energy to hold them and the snow.
  • 8. Fact 7
    • Plants in temperate forests are found along streams and the floor of the forest and around tree trunks.
  • 9. Fact 8
    • The plants have lichens and they grow up into a canopy that falls when the wind blows.
  • 10. Fact 9
    • The animals in temperate forest can be beavers, raccoons, cougars, or black bears.
  • 11. Fact 10
    • The most primary animal is the elk; the elk was once endangered but now there are plenty of them.
  • 12. Fact 11
    • Temperate forests also have animals and insects such as foxes, eagles, grasshoppers, and so many more.
  • 13. Fact 12
    • Temperate forest can go up to a temperature of 60 degrees.
  • 14. Fact 13
    • Temperate forests get 60- 70 inches of rain per year.
  • 15. Fact 14
    • In the winter temperatures can go below zero. In the spring tempera