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  • 1.  
  • 2.
    • The general location of Topical Rainforests are near the equator…
    • i.e. Central America, South America, Africa, Southeast Asia, Indo- Malaysia
  • 3.
    • Yearly Average Precipitation- 125 to 660 cm.
    • Yearly Average Temperature- 34 degrees C.
  • 4.
    • Two common plants found in Tropical Rainforests are Bengal Bamboo and the Kapok Tree
    • The Bengal Bamboo adapts to the environment by growing very tall very quickly so it receives enough rain and sun it needs to grow
  • 5. Interesting Plants… part 2
    • The Kapok Tree adapts to the environment by producing an obnoxious, foul smell that attracts the many bats that pollinate them.
  • 6.
    • The King Cobra and the Bengal Tiger adapt to their environment in many ways…
    • The King Cobra adapts to their environment by forming a shield-like cover when it feels threatened. It will also spit in the prey’s eyes that will kill it if it travels to the blood stream.
  • 7.
    • The Bengal Tiger adapts to their environment because since those animals do not run quickly, it would rather catch very young or very old animals for food.
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    • There are actually four layers to a Rain Forest: Emergent level, the Upper Canopy, the Understory or Lower Canopy, and lastly, the Forest Floor.
    • There are over 15,000,000 different species that belong to the Rainforest!
    • There is little to no light in some sections of the Forest Floor due to the 3 other layers above it!
  • 10.
    • In the Amazon River, there are actually a species of dolphins that exist there!
  • 11. Bibliographies
    • Map of Rain forests (Image). September, 22, 2010.
    • T.Sibona. (Image). September, 22, 2010.
    • Toco Toucan. (Image). September, 21, 2010.
    • “ Tropical Rainforests.” Biomes of the world. Network for instructional T.V. September, 21, 2010.
    • Wagler Pit Viper. (Image). September, 21, 2010.
  • 12. Bibliographies part 2
    • “ Wheeling Jesuit University”. “Biomes.” Earth Floor. Wheeling Jesuit University. September, 21, 2010.
    • “ Tropical Rainforest.” Earth Floor. (n.p.) (n.d.) September 21, 2010
    • Biomes Home. (Image). 23 September, 2010. www.teachersfirstcom
    • Man Walking Through Forest. (Image). 23 September, 2010
    • Bengal Tiger. (Image.) 23, September, 2010 >
  • 13. Bibliographies part 3
    • R. Staatman. (Image.) 23, September, 2010.
    • Rainforest River (Image.) 23, September, 2010