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5th Period Tropical Rain Forest

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  • 1. Name: Tropical Rain Forest
  • 2. Climate always warm and near the equator. The Tropical Rain Forest is
  • 3. Plants of the Biome
    • The Tropical Rain Forest Bengal Bamboo is often in patches or scattered around.
  • 4. Animals in the Biome
    • Herbivores –Herbivores are only plant eaters such as a humming bird
    • Carnivores –Carnivores are only meat eaters such as the eyelash viper
  • 5. Adaptations of Animals in Biome
    • Animals that live in the Tropical Rain Forest do not have big over size coats of fur and a jaguar is a perfect example because the fur is short and thin.
  • 6. Sample Food Chain From Biome
  • 7. Biome Map
    • Insert a world map that shows your biomes locations in the world.
  • 8. Human Impact on Biome
    • Over the years the Tropical Rain Forest has managed to cover 14% of the land on earth now due to human destruction it only covers 6% a lose like this also kills plant and harmless animals.
  • 9. Interesting or Unique Facts about Biome
    • Amazon Rain Forest produce 40% of earths oxygen.
    • One of four pharmaceuticals come from Tropical Rain Forest.
    • 1,400 of the plants in the rain forest offer cures for cancer.