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Rainforest Tasks by Prabhleen
Rainforest Tasks by Prabhleen
Rainforest Tasks by Prabhleen
Rainforest Tasks by Prabhleen
Rainforest Tasks by Prabhleen
Rainforest Tasks by Prabhleen
Rainforest Tasks by Prabhleen
Rainforest Tasks by Prabhleen
Rainforest Tasks by Prabhleen
Rainforest Tasks by Prabhleen
Rainforest Tasks by Prabhleen
Rainforest Tasks by Prabhleen
Rainforest Tasks by Prabhleen
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  • http://library.thinkquest.org/C0113340/text/biomes/biomes.rainforest.animals.html
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    • 1. Tropical Rainforests By Prabhleen
    • 2. B o u g a i n v i l l e a 1
      • The Bougainvillea is a plant which is found in the Amazon in South America. It can reach up to 30 feet and it could either be vines, trees, or shrubs, If it was a shrub it would have really sharp, pointy horns. There are lots of colours of Bougainveilleas like dark green , pink, red orange, yellow and white. They are also very fragile.
      • The Kapok tree is an emergent tree which can grow up to 150 feet or more. It was originally discovered in South America. But now it has been spread around places. The trunk is cylindrical, smooth and gray in color reach a diameter of 9 feet. The branches can grow in horizontal tires.
    • 3. B e n g a l B a m b o o is found in the Southeast Asian rainforestand it likes weather such as 40 Fahrenheit and100 Fahrenheit. It is anywhere between 40 feet and 80 feet in height. Plus 3 inches in diameter in maturity. Its life span is 25 to 40 years. t tries to grow really fast so it gets the most rain and sunlight. When it rains heavily and it starts to flood it sucks up the water. . C r y ta n t h u s b r o m e l a i d s are also called earth stars. They can’t grow anymore than 24 leaves. The blooms can be pink, white or even green set against foliage colors in grey, white, bronze or reddish to pinkish. The Latin word for Cryptanthus is hidden. It was first discovered in Eastern Brazil in1831. crytanthus Bengal bamboo
    • 4.
      • J a m b u 1
      • Jambu is found in southern India to eastern Malaysia. It is a member of the myrtle family. Also can grow up to 10 to 20 feet in height and 1 to 6 inches wide. Ripens in August and November. Now a days in Malaysia you can find different coloured jambu’s such as palest green, delicate pink and a brownish red. Green jambu’s are very crunchy was not juicy.
      • The mangrove forest is a Woody tree which is found on the coastlines and river of delta. Also on the brackish wetlands between land and sea where other plants can't grow.0.5 million acres, or 27% of mangrove forests are found in Southeast Asia.
      Jambu Mangrove Forests
    • 5.
      • O ver 2,000 species of Orchids all over the world.
      • R esearch has been made to discover the evolutionary relationships between orchids.
      • C PBR also helps conserve orchids by researching cultivation techniques and seed propagation.
      • H aving to look after these orchids are easy
      • I dentify natural groups and to help provide classification systems of orchids.
      • D ragon Orchid is a very common orchid.
      • S imilar studies are underway into a group of ground orchids which is widely distributed in Australia.
      Acrostic Poem Dragon Orchid 2
    • 6. The emergent layer is made up of the tallest trees in the whole rainforests. It is the one who gets the most sun, heat and rain out of the others. Animals such as eagles, monkeys, butterflies, insects and snakes are manly found around there. It's height is usually about 60metres above the ground floor. The Canopy layer is the second highest trees in the rainforests. The animals that you can see are monkeys, sloths, tree-frogs , ants, beetles, parrots, hummingbirds and snakes. It is made up of the vines and tree branches which join together. The trees there became an umbrella which filters out the light. The Understorey is the second smallest layer and that's why it doesn't get much sunlight. The understorey is full of natural life and many animals are seen and heard there some of them are snakes, frogs, parakeets, leopards, jaguars and a massive amount of insects in the world live there. The forest floor is a tangle of roots with lots of moss. A leaf that might take one year to decompose would take just 6 weeks on the forest floor. The insects you most likely would find there consists of termites, cockroaches, beetles, centipedes, millipedes, scorpions and earthworm. Some animals can be found such as bandicoots, scrub fowls and cassowaries roving around the forest floors. X
    • 7. Find-a-word 3 3
    • 8. 4 Seeds to fully grown 4
    • 9. 5 What will happen?
      • If they where no trees left in the world no life will be seen or heard. 40% was the insect life in rainforests and would be destroyed. All the fresh air would be gone as well. Imagine that having no fresh air and all because of those nasty loggers.
      • Most animals would not be able to survive in a place without trees because some animals like possums made homes there and would make to find homes in small forest areas. Also because there will be a lack of food, water and air. No birds and the ecosystem will be destroyed.
      • Trees carry out an important type of function which removes all the carbon dioxide in the air. Us humans breath out co2 and if there where no trees then there would be less plants to trap the co2 in their growth and we would need to found plants which do. Global warming could be a really worse and bad thing that could happen.
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    • 10.
      • Rainforests animals are mainly brightly coloured have a certain colour's like the Day Gecko , they are green in colour so they can blend in with the leaves. Poisonous animals always shine bright colour’s and patterns as a way of defense.
      • Rainforests plants are also brightly coloured so coloured so they can attract birds, insects and bats to feed. Also plants are brightly coloured in the rainforests because they need light to grow and to make food. If they get this light they can grow up to 60 meters.
      7 Why are Rainforests plants and animals so brightly coloured?
    • 11.
      • Products produced
      • Food/medicine
      • Coffee beans
      • Corn rice mangoes
      • Casu nuts avocados
      • Orange Pineapples
      • Tea Ginger
      • Chocolate Bananas
      • Coco nut curare
      • all herbs and spices drugs
      • Cocaine wild yams
      • Cunine trumpet tree
      • herbal tea cocoa tree
      • lemongrass oil clavillia
      • Cinchona Tree mammosa
      • Curare Lianas Saw Palmetto
      • periwinkle sorsi
      • Things we use
      • Coffee the herbs
      • Corn rice spices
      • Casu nuts herbal tea
      • Cinchona Tree Orange
      • Tea
      • Chocolate
      • Coconut
      • Beans
      • Mangoes
      • Avocadoes
      • Pineapples
      • Ginger
      • Banana’s
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    • 12. Human beans and domestic animals will suffer because of the use of chemical as only a few herbal products will be available. Further more our health will detroit dematicaly. Life expectants will go down rapidly. But on the other hand some of these products such as drugs will not be ale to be sold which leads to people not using drugs at all, some drugs such as cocaine, curare and etc. We also need this stuff as our daily lifestyle consists of these products such as fruits, herbs, spices and much more. 8
    • 13. Reference
      • I used this information for the plants section.
      • www.srl.caltech.edu/personnel/krubal/rainforest/Edit560s6/www/plants.html
      • www.anbg.gov.au/cpbr/orchids/index.html
      • http://www.blueplanetbiomes.org/rnfrst_plant_page.htm
      • http://www.buzzle.com/articles/bromeliad-plant.html
      • http://bromeliadsocietyhouston.org/genera-intro/cryptanthus/
      • I used this for the layers of a rainforests
      • http://rainforest/australia.com/
      • I used this website for doing why are plants and animals brightly coloured
      • www.thinkquest.org/library
      X ꞊ Extra task done in assignment
    • 14. Thanks For viewing this amazing powerpoint presentation

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