Fernando Diaz y Agustín Rujana
Mountains ranges
 Most mountains are formed when the plates push
together, forcing the land into fold mountains.
 This i...
Mountains Levels
 When higher up a mountain you go, the colder it gets.
 Because the higher air is thinner, so it can st...
Animals
 Few species live on the windy peaks
 Mountain goats and sheep graze live on the grassy rocky
slopes.
 Below th...
Adaptation
 Mountain species are adapted to surviving in cold
temperatures and strong winds.
 Mountain plants grow close...
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Agustín fernando mountains - EDLC 3rd. year

  1. 1. Fernando Diaz y Agustín Rujana
  2. 2. Mountains ranges  Most mountains are formed when the plates push together, forcing the land into fold mountains.  This is why mountains often are in long lines, or ranges.  When air is blown from the sea onto a mountain range it forces it to rise.
  3. 3. Mountains Levels  When higher up a mountain you go, the colder it gets.  Because the higher air is thinner, so it can store less heat.
  4. 4. Animals  Few species live on the windy peaks  Mountain goats and sheep graze live on the grassy rocky slopes.  Below the grassy rocky slopes , there is a tree line, it is warm enough for trees to grow.
  5. 5. Adaptation  Mountain species are adapted to surviving in cold temperatures and strong winds.  Mountain plants grow close to the ground and have deep roots.  Mountains animals have large lungs for extracting enough oxygen from the air.

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