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    • Rainforest by Amy Asai
    • California Science Content Standard Grade 3 Life Science 3b. Students know examples of diverse life forms in different environments, such as oceans, deserts, tundra, forests, grasslands, and wetlands.
    • Emergent Harpy Eagle Fruit Bats Kinkajou Three Toed Sloth Canopy ToucanRainforest Scarlet Macaw Howler Monkey Green Iguana Understory Jaguar Blue Morpho Butterfly Forest Floor Leaf Cutter Ant
    • What is a Rainforest? A Rainforest is a forest that has tall trees, warm weather, and lots of rain.
    • Layers of the RainforestThe rainforest is made up of four different layers.
    • Photo CreditsSustainable Enviornmenthttp://www.fxbrowne.com/html/newsletters/June_2009/news_jun09_st.htmRainforest Factshttp://mrsgebauer.com/rainforestweb/WebQuest.htmCan Stock Photohttp://www.canstockphoto.com/illustration/parrot.htmlCupertino Little People Preschool’s Webloghttp://cupertinolittlepeople.wordpress.com/Betty Lukenshttp://www.bettylukens.com/products.php?cat_id=20&sub_id=12
    • Peppy’s Amazon Adventurehttp://www.bellevue.org/data/vbs2011/kids.htmlPeppy’s Amazon Adventurehttp://www.bellevue.org/data/vbs2011/kids.htmlZazzlehttp://www.zazzle.com/cute_great_green_macaw_photosculpture-153986454797787537Butterfly Utopiahttp://www.butterflyutopia.com/348.htmlNature Wall Basehttp://naturewallbase.blogspot.com/2011/08/rainforest-high-definition-desktop.html
    • Worlds Climate and Vegitationhttp://www.geography.hunter.cuny.edu/~tbw/wc.notes/15.climates.veg/notes_chap15.htmNational Geographichttp://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/kinkajou/ (kinkajou)National Geographichttp://animals.nationalgeographic.co.in/animals/mammals/three-toed-sloth.html (3 toed sloth)Toco Toucanhttp://m.animalpicturesarchive.com/m.view.php?q=Toco+toucan&p=23Publish or Perishhttp://publish--or--perish.blogspot.com/2011/06/in-which-al-goes-batty-again.htmlHarpy Eaglehttp://www1.nhl.nl/~ribot/english/haha_ng.htm
    • It’s Nature Let’s Discoverhttp://www.itsnature.org/trees/mammals-trees/venezuelan-red-howler/Walpapers.comhttp://www.wallpapers1920x1200.com/animals/scarlet-macaw-1102/Valentino’s Wallpapershttp://wallpaper.imcphoto.net/iguana-pictures.htmlChaa Creekhttp://www.chaacreek.com/belize-travel-blog/2008/12/jaguar/Biodiversity Fungihttp://science.kennesaw.edu/~jdirnber/Bio2108/Lecture/LecBiodiversity/BioDivFungi.htmlWallpapers for youhttp://wallpapersforyou.info/HQ%20Wallpapres/slides/Blue%20Morpho%20Amathonte.html
    • Resources• Tropical Rainforests – http://kids.mongabay.com/ (General Information)• Animal Corner – http://www.animalcorner.co.uk/rainforests/canopy.html (General Information)• Flicker Poster of the Rainforest – http://www.flickr.com/photos/mjr531/5191785507/#/photos/mjr531/5191785507/lightbox/ (Layers and animals)• Wilderness Classroom – http://www.wildernessclassroom.com/www/schoolhouse/rainforest_library/animal_library/bat.htm (bats)• PBS California – http://www.pbs.org/wnet/nature/animal-guides/animal-guide-harpy-eagle/1448/ (Harpy)• National Geographic – http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/kinkajou/ (kinkajou) – http://animals.nationalgeographic.co.in/animals/birds/toucan.html (toucan) – http://animals.nationalgeographic.co.in/animals/mammals/three-toed-sloth.html (sloth) – http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/howler-monkey/?source=A-to-Z (howler) – http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/birds/macaw/?source=A-to-Z (macaw) – http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/reptiles/green-iguana/?source=A-to-Z (Iguana) – http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/mammals/jaguar/?source=A-to-Z (jaguar) – http://animals.nationalgeographic.com/animals/bugs/ant/?source=A-to-Z (Ant)• Jungle Journey – http://www.pbs.org/wnet/nature/fun/deepjungle.swf (different animals on different layers)• Brain POP Jr. – http://www.brainpopjr.com/science/habitats/rainforests/ (video on the rainforest)• Shockwave-Sound – http://www.shockwave-sound.com/sound-effects/jungle_sounds.html (sound clip)• Rainforest Alliance – http://www.rainforest-alliance.org/kids/species-profiles (General Information)
    • Fruit BatsLives: CanopyDiet: Fruit and nectarCool Facts: Bats arenocturnal so they sleepduring the day.
    • KinkajouLives: CanopyDiet: Fruit, insects, andnectarCool Facts: Their long tailshelp keep them balancedwhen climbing in thetrees and acts as a blanketwhen they sleep.
    • Harpy EagleLives: Emergent LayerDiet: Monkeys, sloths,lizards, and birdsCool Facts: The HarpyEagle is one of theworld’s largest eaglesand can fly up to 50miles
    • Three Toed Sloth• ghjkfLives: CanopyDiet: Leaves, shoots,and fruitCool Facts: Theseanimals are the worldsslowest movingmammal.
    • ToucanLives: CanopyDiet: Leaves, shoots,and fruitCool Facts: Theseanimals are the worldsslowest movingmammal.
    • Howler MonkeyLives: CanopyDiet: LeavesCool Facts: Howlermonkey’s tails act as aextra arm when theyclimb through thebranches of trees.
    • Scarlet MacawLives: CanopyDiet: Fruit, nuts, insects,and snailsCool Facts: Macawsgenerally live in groupsof 10 to 30.
    • Green IguanaLives: CanopyDiet: Leaves, flower,and fruitCool Facts: GreenIguanas can grow up to6.5 feet long.
    • JaguarLives: UnderstoryDiet: Fish, deer, andtapirsCool Facts: Jaguars areone of the few cats thatcan swim.
    • Leaf Cutter AntLives: Forest FloorDiet: LeavesCool Facts: These antscut chunks off of leavesand carry them back totheir colony.
    • Blue MorphoLives: Forest floorDiet: Drinks the juice ofrotting fruit anddecomposing animalsCool Facts: One of thelargest butterflies in theworld. (8 inches across)