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  1. 1. The weather and climate inwinter at a rainforest can get as low as 15 degrees. In winterthere is a lot of rain!! It is likelyto be wet and cold. There is no season that has no rain.
  2. 2. The weather and climate in summer at a rainforest can get as high as 25 degrees. In summer there is still a lot ofrain!! It is likely to be worm and damp.
  3. 3. You will most likely find a rainforesteverywhere, except the Antarctic where it is mainly ice. Rainforests are full of all different things. No rainforest is exactly the same as another.
  4. 4. Some locations of a rainforest include:Africa, Central Africa, Central Americaand Southern America, Peru, Amazon,Sothern Asia, Brazil, Ecuador, Columbia and Australia.
  5. 5. Jambu, Bengal Bamboo, Bougainvillea, Curare, Coconut tree, Durian,Mangrove forest, Strangler Figs, Tualang, Orchids, Bromeliads, Epiphyses, Buttress Roots, Lianas.
  6. 6. Orchids come in all different colours,shapes and sizes. Although they are foundalmost everywhere in the world, the hugemajority of orchids in found in rainforests. There are more than 500 species of orchids found in the Amazon. There areabout 15,000 to 25,000 different types of orchids. There are more orchids in a rainforest than any biome in the world. Did you know that he flavour vanilla came from the vanilla orchid?
  7. 7. Did you know that some peoplebelieve that the coconut palm in the symbol on romance in thetropic? There are many varietiesof coconut trees! The smallest is called the Dwarf palm. Coconut trees have leaves that are 15-17 feet long. The leaves are yellowgreenish colour. The trunk is light grey.
  8. 8. African Elephant, Alpaca Anteater,Amazon Butterfly, Amazon Stingray, Arapaima, Army Ant, Aye-Aye Monkey, Bald Eagle, Bengal Tiger, Blue and Yellow Macaw, Cape Buffalo, Chimpanzee, Pygmy Marmoset, Pygmy Chimpanzee,Rainbow Boa, Scarlet Macaw, Sloth, Vampire Bat, Woolly Monkey.
  9. 9. Pygmy Their fur isMarmosets are tawny in coloursone of the Did you and they have asmallest know that ringed tail thatprimates in the the Pygmy is at least therainforest, in Marmoset length of itsfact the smallest can jump body. Most ofmonkey in the as far as their lives areworld! They 16 feet? spent up in thehave a body They are trees and rarelylength between only the are on the12 and 15 cm. A size of a ground. Theirheight between fool grown colouring17 and 23 cm. human provides themthey weigh finger! to camouflage.between 100 This monkey hasand 125g. a specialized diet of gum.
  10. 10. The Bengal tiger is a mammal. Did you know that the Bengal tiger capable of killing animals over twice itssize? The Bengal tiger is a carnivore, in other words a meat eater. Bengal tigers hunt big animals such as pigs, deer, antelopes and buffalo for their diet. Amale tiger can range up to the size of about 3 metersand the female can grow up to the size of 2.7 meters. The male can weigh up to 225kg and the female can weigh 135kg. The Bengal tigers coat is a reddish orange colour with narrow black, grey or brown stripes and icy blue eyes that will freeze you in fear!
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  12. 12. snakeHawk Frog Shrew
  13. 13. Giant bamboo plants can grow up to 9 inches a day.Because there are so many trees in a rainforest, to cantake up to 10 minutes for the rain to reach the ground.Some rainforest monkeys are omnivores, eating bothanimals and plants.
  14. 14. Over 2,000 different species of butterflies are found inthe rainforests on South America.Flying animals of Asian rainforests include frogs,squirrels and snakes.1 out of 4 ingredients in our medicine is from rainforestplants.
  15. 15. 80% of flowers in the Australian rainforest are notfound anywhere else in the world.The rainforests of Central Africa are home to morethan 8,000 different species of plants.In the moist rainforests of South America, sloths moveso slowly that algae can grow on their fur.
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