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Forests of the earth
Forests of the earth
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Forests of the earth

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various kinds of forest along with its flora and fauna

various kinds of forest along with its flora and fauna

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  • 1. Forests of the Earth By Niharika 121061132
  • 2. Tropical Rainforest
  • 3. Tropical Rainforest • tropical rainforest occurs roughly within the latitudes 28 degrees north or south of the equator (in the equatorial zone between theTropic of Cancer andTropic of Capricorn).Its warm and wet. • Layers –Emergent, canopy, understory, forest floor .
  • 4. Its flora and fauna Trees of 313 species and 1,500 species of higher plants. Specials Birds-Hyacinth macaw, toucans , Mammals-Malayan sun bear, capybaras, Snake-anaconda, Fishes-piranhas,
  • 5. Temperate rainforest
  • 6. LOCATION • These forests are found in Southeast Asia, Africa, South America, and Central America . • United States along the coastline of the Pacific Northwest and in Canada, Alaska. • coastal mountain ranges in Washington,
  • 7. Flora and fauna Trees- • Coastal redwood trees, oak, • Maple, black cherry, • Eucalyptus Birds- • Woodpeckers, ravens Mammals • Bats, flying squirrels, black bears.
  • 8. Tropical Scrubs
  • 9. Location • Mostly in India and northernmost Sri Lanka. • Deccan Plateau, extending across the Indian states of Maharashtra, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, and Tamil Nadu to the Northern Province of Sri Lanka.
  • 10. Flora and fauna 350 species of which three are considered near- endemic Plants- Indian bustard • Animals-, elephant, nilgai, species of rat, sloth , black buck, bear, • Reptiles-snakes, lizards and small rodents. • Plants- olive, cedars, oaks.
  • 11. Deciduous
  • 12. Location • Eastern half of the United States, Canada, Europe, parts of Russia, China, and Japan
  • 13. Flora and fauna Birds - • Eagle, cardinal • Small creatures as earth worms, scorpion, ants Mammals- • Black bears, chipmunks, squirrels, fox. Trees- Maple, oaks, sequoia, The fact that most humans live in the temperate deciduous forest biome than any other is very important to note.
  • 14. Coniferous forest
  • 15. Location • Canada, Europe, Asia, and the United States
  • 16. Flora and fauna • moose, snakes, eagles, bob cats, flies, geese, bunnies, lynx, frogs, beaver, squirrels, owls, deer, and foxes. Trees- • pine, aspen, Jeffery pine, fir and, of course the conifer. There are also pants like mushrooms, moss, and flowers.
  • 17. Thank you

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