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RAINFORESTS
By Sultanov Timur
Rainforests are very dense, warm, wet
forests. They are heavens for millions of
plants and animals.
Rainforests are import...
Animals of the Rainforests
• Different animals and plants live in different
parts of the rainforest.
• Rainforests are ric...
What animals live in rainforests?
A lot of animals live in rainforests. There are
many beautiful birds, insects and reptil...
A butterfly

An elephant
A snake

An ape
A leopard

A parrot
A crocodile

A hippo
Where are Rainforests?
Tropical rainforests are found around the
equator of the Earth. There are tropical
rainforests acro...
Where are Rainforests?
Rainfall and Temperature.
• It is almost always raining in a rainforest.

• The temperature in a rainforest never
freezes ...
The Importance of Rainforests
Tropical rainforests cover about 7% of the
Earth's surface and are VERY important to the
Ear...
People Living in Tropical
Rainforests
There are many groups of people who have
live in the tropical rainforests. These tri...
There are also lots of different plants in
rainforests. For example:
vines and
rubber trees
Why are rainforests in danger?
In many places, the rainforests are in danger.
People cut down the trees because they want
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Why are rainforests important?
The rainforests are very important for us. We
need them! The trees and other plants in the
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  1. 1. RAINFORESTS By Sultanov Timur
  2. 2. Rainforests are very dense, warm, wet forests. They are heavens for millions of plants and animals. Rainforests are important in the ecology of the Earth. The plants of the rainforest generate much of the Earth's oxygen. These plants are also very important to people in other ways; many are used in new drugs that fight illness.
  3. 3. Animals of the Rainforests • Different animals and plants live in different parts of the rainforest. • Rainforests are rich in animal life. Rainforests are populated with insects (like butterflies and beetles), spiders and ticks, worms, reptiles (like snakes and lizards), amphibians (like frogs and toads), birds (like parrots and toucans) and mammals (like sloths and jaguars).
  4. 4. What animals live in rainforests? A lot of animals live in rainforests. There are many beautiful birds, insects and reptiles.
  5. 5. A butterfly An elephant
  6. 6. A snake An ape
  7. 7. A leopard A parrot
  8. 8. A crocodile A hippo
  9. 9. Where are Rainforests? Tropical rainforests are found around the equator of the Earth. There are tropical rainforests across South America, Central America, Africa, Southeast Asia and Australia. Tropical rainforests cover only about 7% of the Earth's surface.
  10. 10. Where are Rainforests?
  11. 11. Rainfall and Temperature. • It is almost always raining in a rainforest. • The temperature in a rainforest never freezes and never gets very hot.
  12. 12. The Importance of Rainforests Tropical rainforests cover about 7% of the Earth's surface and are VERY important to the Earth's ecosystem. Some of the foods that were originally from rainforests around the world include cashew nuts, bananas, pineapple, cucumber, cocoa (chocolate), coffee, tea, avocados, papaya, guava, mango, tapioca, sweet potato, cinnamon, vanilla, oranges, grapefruit, lemons, limes, peanuts, rice, sugar cane, and coconuts.
  13. 13. People Living in Tropical Rainforests There are many groups of people who have live in the tropical rainforests. These tribes get their food, clothing, and housing mainly from materials they obtain in the forests.
  14. 14. There are also lots of different plants in rainforests. For example: vines and rubber trees
  15. 15. Why are rainforests in danger? In many places, the rainforests are in danger. People cut down the trees because they want to grow rice and rubber trees to make rubber there.
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  17. 17. Why are rainforests important? The rainforests are very important for us. We need them! The trees and other plants in the forest produce the air that we breathe. They also help to control the weather. They give us wood, rubber, fruits and many of our medicines.

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