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Presentación Jeanine Carr. n. Habitaci ó n. STRATA DEL BOSQUE TROPICAL. Los emergentes. El palio vegetal. El sotobosque. El piso / el suelo.

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Presentación

Jeanine Carr

n

Habitación


STRATA DEL BOSQUE TROPICAL

Los emergentes

El palio vegetal

El sotobosque

El piso / el suelo


“...trees of a thousand kinds and tall, so that they seem to touch the sky. I am told they never lose their foliage, and this I can believe for I saw them as green and lovely as they are in Spain in May...” Christopher Columbus


Rainforests are living emeralds which adorn our world with rare beauty and natural wonders. They are a product of planetary processes and are—in turn—contributors to the water and carbon cycles on which all life depends. Tropical rainforests are the result of the unique climatic conditions found between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, in the regions north and south of Earth’s equator. Here, constant heat and humidity allow trees and plants to grow year round, without seasonal time-outs. Vast columns of hot air rise and condense out as rain, resulting in annual rainfall of 80 to 400 inches: annual temperatures average over 80 degrees Fahrenheit. And so the tropics are garlanded with trees, plants, animals and insects, uniquely adapted to these conditions.


Bosques Tropicales del Mundo rare beauty and natural wonders. They are a product of planetary processes and are—in turn—contributors to the water and carbon cycles on which all life depends. Tropical rainforests are the result of the unique climatic conditions found between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, in the regions north and south of Earth’s equator. Here, constant heat and humidity allow trees and plants to grow year round, without seasonal time-outs. Vast columns of hot air rise and condense out as rain, resulting in annual rainfall of 80 to 400 inches: annual temperatures average over 80 degrees Fahrenheit. And so the tropics are garlanded with trees, plants, animals and insects, uniquely adapted to these conditions.


La Am rare beauty and natural wonders. They are a product of planetary processes and are—in turn—contributors to the water and carbon cycles on which all life depends. Tropical rainforests are the result of the unique climatic conditions found between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, in the regions north and south of Earth’s equator. Here, constant heat and humidity allow trees and plants to grow year round, without seasonal time-outs. Vast columns of hot air rise and condense out as rain, resulting in annual rainfall of 80 to 400 inches: annual temperatures average over 80 degrees Fahrenheit. And so the tropics are garlanded with trees, plants, animals and insects, uniquely adapted to these conditions. éricaCentral

El Golfo de México

El Océano Pacífico

El OcéanoAtlántico

BosqueTropical


El Oc rare beauty and natural wonders. They are a product of planetary processes and are—in turn—contributors to the water and carbon cycles on which all life depends. Tropical rainforests are the result of the unique climatic conditions found between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, in the regions north and south of Earth’s equator. Here, constant heat and humidity allow trees and plants to grow year round, without seasonal time-outs. Vast columns of hot air rise and condense out as rain, resulting in annual rainfall of 80 to 400 inches: annual temperatures average over 80 degrees Fahrenheit. And so the tropics are garlanded with trees, plants, animals and insects, uniquely adapted to these conditions. éano Pacífico

La Selva del Amazonas

El OcéanoAtlántico

Bosque Tropical


El Oc rare beauty and natural wonders. They are a product of planetary processes and are—in turn—contributors to the water and carbon cycles on which all life depends. Tropical rainforests are the result of the unique climatic conditions found between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, in the regions north and south of Earth’s equator. Here, constant heat and humidity allow trees and plants to grow year round, without seasonal time-outs. Vast columns of hot air rise and condense out as rain, resulting in annual rainfall of 80 to 400 inches: annual temperatures average over 80 degrees Fahrenheit. And so the tropics are garlanded with trees, plants, animals and insects, uniquely adapted to these conditions. éanoÍndico

El OcéanoAtlántico

Bosque Tropical


El Oc rare beauty and natural wonders. They are a product of planetary processes and are—in turn—contributors to the water and carbon cycles on which all life depends. Tropical rainforests are the result of the unique climatic conditions found between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, in the regions north and south of Earth’s equator. Here, constant heat and humidity allow trees and plants to grow year round, without seasonal time-outs. Vast columns of hot air rise and condense out as rain, resulting in annual rainfall of 80 to 400 inches: annual temperatures average over 80 degrees Fahrenheit. And so the tropics are garlanded with trees, plants, animals and insects, uniquely adapted to these conditions. éano Pacífico

El Océano Índico

Bosque tropical


El Oc rare beauty and natural wonders. They are a product of planetary processes and are—in turn—contributors to the water and carbon cycles on which all life depends. Tropical rainforests are the result of the unique climatic conditions found between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, in the regions north and south of Earth’s equator. Here, constant heat and humidity allow trees and plants to grow year round, without seasonal time-outs. Vast columns of hot air rise and condense out as rain, resulting in annual rainfall of 80 to 400 inches: annual temperatures average over 80 degrees Fahrenheit. And so the tropics are garlanded with trees, plants, animals and insects, uniquely adapted to these conditions. éano PacíficoSur

El OcéanoÍndico

BosqueTropical


Yo toco la guitarra rare beauty and natural wonders. They are a product of planetary processes and are—in turn—contributors to the water and carbon cycles on which all life depends. Tropical rainforests are the result of the unique climatic conditions found between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, in the regions north and south of Earth’s equator. Here, constant heat and humidity allow trees and plants to grow year round, without seasonal time-outs. Vast columns of hot air rise and condense out as rain, resulting in annual rainfall of 80 to 400 inches: annual temperatures average over 80 degrees Fahrenheit. And so the tropics are garlanded with trees, plants, animals and insects, uniquely adapted to these conditions.

Yo toco la trompeta

Los monos tocan instrumentos en el Bosque Tropical


El profesor prepara la lecci rare beauty and natural wonders. They are a product of planetary processes and are—in turn—contributors to the water and carbon cycles on which all life depends. Tropical rainforests are the result of the unique climatic conditions found between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, in the regions north and south of Earth’s equator. Here, constant heat and humidity allow trees and plants to grow year round, without seasonal time-outs. Vast columns of hot air rise and condense out as rain, resulting in annual rainfall of 80 to 400 inches: annual temperatures average over 80 degrees Fahrenheit. And so the tropics are garlanded with trees, plants, animals and insects, uniquely adapted to these conditions. ón

sobre el Bosque Tropical

El estudiante practica la geometría en la computadora


Fumbles rare beauty and natural wonders. They are a product of planetary processes and are—in turn—contributors to the water and carbon cycles on which all life depends. Tropical rainforests are the result of the unique climatic conditions found between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, in the regions north and south of Earth’s equator. Here, constant heat and humidity allow trees and plants to grow year round, without seasonal time-outs. Vast columns of hot air rise and condense out as rain, resulting in annual rainfall of 80 to 400 inches: annual temperatures average over 80 degrees Fahrenheit. And so the tropics are garlanded with trees, plants, animals and insects, uniquely adapted to these conditions.


El bosque tropical
El Bosque Tropical rare beauty and natural wonders. They are a product of planetary processes and are—in turn—contributors to the water and carbon cycles on which all life depends. Tropical rainforests are the result of the unique climatic conditions found between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, in the regions north and south of Earth’s equator. Here, constant heat and humidity allow trees and plants to grow year round, without seasonal time-outs. Vast columns of hot air rise and condense out as rain, resulting in annual rainfall of 80 to 400 inches: annual temperatures average over 80 degrees Fahrenheit. And so the tropics are garlanded with trees, plants, animals and insects, uniquely adapted to these conditions.


Heliconia rare beauty and natural wonders. They are a product of planetary processes and are—in turn—contributors to the water and carbon cycles on which all life depends. Tropical rainforests are the result of the unique climatic conditions found between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, in the regions north and south of Earth’s equator. Here, constant heat and humidity allow trees and plants to grow year round, without seasonal time-outs. Vast columns of hot air rise and condense out as rain, resulting in annual rainfall of 80 to 400 inches: annual temperatures average over 80 degrees Fahrenheit. And so the tropics are garlanded with trees, plants, animals and insects, uniquely adapted to these conditions.


Los perezosos se mueven muy lentamente rare beauty and natural wonders. They are a product of planetary processes and are—in turn—contributors to the water and carbon cycles on which all life depends. Tropical rainforests are the result of the unique climatic conditions found between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, in the regions north and south of Earth’s equator. Here, constant heat and humidity allow trees and plants to grow year round, without seasonal time-outs. Vast columns of hot air rise and condense out as rain, resulting in annual rainfall of 80 to 400 inches: annual temperatures average over 80 degrees Fahrenheit. And so the tropics are garlanded with trees, plants, animals and insects, uniquely adapted to these conditions.


Slowpoke, el perezoso rare beauty and natural wonders. They are a product of planetary processes and are—in turn—contributors to the water and carbon cycles on which all life depends. Tropical rainforests are the result of the unique climatic conditions found between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, in the regions north and south of Earth’s equator. Here, constant heat and humidity allow trees and plants to grow year round, without seasonal time-outs. Vast columns of hot air rise and condense out as rain, resulting in annual rainfall of 80 to 400 inches: annual temperatures average over 80 degrees Fahrenheit. And so the tropics are garlanded with trees, plants, animals and insects, uniquely adapted to these conditions.

Iggy, la iguana

Tank, el armadillo

Swampy, el aligador


Las hormigas rare beauty and natural wonders. They are a product of planetary processes and are—in turn—contributors to the water and carbon cycles on which all life depends. Tropical rainforests are the result of the unique climatic conditions found between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, in the regions north and south of Earth’s equator. Here, constant heat and humidity allow trees and plants to grow year round, without seasonal time-outs. Vast columns of hot air rise and condense out as rain, resulting in annual rainfall of 80 to 400 inches: annual temperatures average over 80 degrees Fahrenheit. And so the tropics are garlanded with trees, plants, animals and insects, uniquely adapted to these conditions.

Batty, el murciélago de fruta

Ants, el oso hormiguero gigante


El oso hormiguero gigante rare beauty and natural wonders. They are a product of planetary processes and are—in turn—contributors to the water and carbon cycles on which all life depends. Tropical rainforests are the result of the unique climatic conditions found between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, in the regions north and south of Earth’s equator. Here, constant heat and humidity allow trees and plants to grow year round, without seasonal time-outs. Vast columns of hot air rise and condense out as rain, resulting in annual rainfall of 80 to 400 inches: annual temperatures average over 80 degrees Fahrenheit. And so the tropics are garlanded with trees, plants, animals and insects, uniquely adapted to these conditions.


Freckles, el jaguar rare beauty and natural wonders. They are a product of planetary processes and are—in turn—contributors to the water and carbon cycles on which all life depends. Tropical rainforests are the result of the unique climatic conditions found between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, in the regions north and south of Earth’s equator. Here, constant heat and humidity allow trees and plants to grow year round, without seasonal time-outs. Vast columns of hot air rise and condense out as rain, resulting in annual rainfall of 80 to 400 inches: annual temperatures average over 80 degrees Fahrenheit. And so the tropics are garlanded with trees, plants, animals and insects, uniquely adapted to these conditions.

Dotson the jaguar


Iggy, la iguana rare beauty and natural wonders. They are a product of planetary processes and are—in turn—contributors to the water and carbon cycles on which all life depends. Tropical rainforests are the result of the unique climatic conditions found between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, in the regions north and south of Earth’s equator. Here, constant heat and humidity allow trees and plants to grow year round, without seasonal time-outs. Vast columns of hot air rise and condense out as rain, resulting in annual rainfall of 80 to 400 inches: annual temperatures average over 80 degrees Fahrenheit. And so the tropics are garlanded with trees, plants, animals and insects, uniquely adapted to these conditions.

Congo, el gorila africano

de montañas


Caipora, rare beauty and natural wonders. They are a product of planetary processes and are—in turn—contributors to the water and carbon cycles on which all life depends. Tropical rainforests are the result of the unique climatic conditions found between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, in the regions north and south of Earth’s equator. Here, constant heat and humidity allow trees and plants to grow year round, without seasonal time-outs. Vast columns of hot air rise and condense out as rain, resulting in annual rainfall of 80 to 400 inches: annual temperatures average over 80 degrees Fahrenheit. And so the tropics are garlanded with trees, plants, animals and insects, uniquely adapted to these conditions.

the Golden Lion Tamarin


los monos rare beauty and natural wonders. They are a product of planetary processes and are—in turn—contributors to the water and carbon cycles on which all life depends. Tropical rainforests are the result of the unique climatic conditions found between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, in the regions north and south of Earth’s equator. Here, constant heat and humidity allow trees and plants to grow year round, without seasonal time-outs. Vast columns of hot air rise and condense out as rain, resulting in annual rainfall of 80 to 400 inches: annual temperatures average over 80 degrees Fahrenheit. And so the tropics are garlanded with trees, plants, animals and insects, uniquely adapted to these conditions. capuchinos

Mooch


El mono colobus rare beauty and natural wonders. They are a product of planetary processes and are—in turn—contributors to the water and carbon cycles on which all life depends. Tropical rainforests are the result of the unique climatic conditions found between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, in the regions north and south of Earth’s equator. Here, constant heat and humidity allow trees and plants to grow year round, without seasonal time-outs. Vast columns of hot air rise and condense out as rain, resulting in annual rainfall of 80 to 400 inches: annual temperatures average over 80 degrees Fahrenheit. And so the tropics are garlanded with trees, plants, animals and insects, uniquely adapted to these conditions.

Zoomer


Dart, la rana venenosa rare beauty and natural wonders. They are a product of planetary processes and are—in turn—contributors to the water and carbon cycles on which all life depends. Tropical rainforests are the result of the unique climatic conditions found between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, in the regions north and south of Earth’s equator. Here, constant heat and humidity allow trees and plants to grow year round, without seasonal time-outs. Vast columns of hot air rise and condense out as rain, resulting in annual rainfall of 80 to 400 inches: annual temperatures average over 80 degrees Fahrenheit. And so the tropics are garlanded with trees, plants, animals and insects, uniquely adapted to these conditions.

Hissy, la serpiente


Frills rare beauty and natural wonders. They are a product of planetary processes and are—in turn—contributors to the water and carbon cycles on which all life depends. Tropical rainforests are the result of the unique climatic conditions found between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, in the regions north and south of Earth’s equator. Here, constant heat and humidity allow trees and plants to grow year round, without seasonal time-outs. Vast columns of hot air rise and condense out as rain, resulting in annual rainfall of 80 to 400 inches: annual temperatures average over 80 degrees Fahrenheit. And so the tropics are garlanded with trees, plants, animals and insects, uniquely adapted to these conditions. , el cálao

El cálao es un ave trepadora de Filipinas

Kuku, el cacatue


El tuc rare beauty and natural wonders. They are a product of planetary processes and are—in turn—contributors to the water and carbon cycles on which all life depends. Tropical rainforests are the result of the unique climatic conditions found between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, in the regions north and south of Earth’s equator. Here, constant heat and humidity allow trees and plants to grow year round, without seasonal time-outs. Vast columns of hot air rise and condense out as rain, resulting in annual rainfall of 80 to 400 inches: annual temperatures average over 80 degrees Fahrenheit. And so the tropics are garlanded with trees, plants, animals and insects, uniquely adapted to these conditions. án toco

Kiwi, el tucán


Jabber, el loro/ rare beauty and natural wonders. They are a product of planetary processes and are—in turn—contributors to the water and carbon cycles on which all life depends. Tropical rainforests are the result of the unique climatic conditions found between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, in the regions north and south of Earth’s equator. Here, constant heat and humidity allow trees and plants to grow year round, without seasonal time-outs. Vast columns of hot air rise and condense out as rain, resulting in annual rainfall of 80 to 400 inches: annual temperatures average over 80 degrees Fahrenheit. And so the tropics are garlanded with trees, plants, animals and insects, uniquely adapted to these conditions.

el guacamayo


Guacamayos rare beauty and natural wonders. They are a product of planetary processes and are—in turn—contributors to the water and carbon cycles on which all life depends. Tropical rainforests are the result of the unique climatic conditions found between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, in the regions north and south of Earth’s equator. Here, constant heat and humidity allow trees and plants to grow year round, without seasonal time-outs. Vast columns of hot air rise and condense out as rain, resulting in annual rainfall of 80 to 400 inches: annual temperatures average over 80 degrees Fahrenheit. And so the tropics are garlanded with trees, plants, animals and insects, uniquely adapted to these conditions.


Guacamayo Azul rare beauty and natural wonders. They are a product of planetary processes and are—in turn—contributors to the water and carbon cycles on which all life depends. Tropical rainforests are the result of the unique climatic conditions found between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, in the regions north and south of Earth’s equator. Here, constant heat and humidity allow trees and plants to grow year round, without seasonal time-outs. Vast columns of hot air rise and condense out as rain, resulting in annual rainfall of 80 to 400 inches: annual temperatures average over 80 degrees Fahrenheit. And so the tropics are garlanded with trees, plants, animals and insects, uniquely adapted to these conditions.


El rare beauty and natural wonders. They are a product of planetary processes and are—in turn—contributors to the water and carbon cycles on which all life depends. Tropical rainforests are the result of the unique climatic conditions found between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, in the regions north and south of Earth’s equator. Here, constant heat and humidity allow trees and plants to grow year round, without seasonal time-outs. Vast columns of hot air rise and condense out as rain, resulting in annual rainfall of 80 to 400 inches: annual temperatures average over 80 degrees Fahrenheit. And so the tropics are garlanded with trees, plants, animals and insects, uniquely adapted to these conditions. águila arpía

Es el águila más grande del mundo.

Vive en los bosques tropicales de las Américas Central y del Sur.


El rare beauty and natural wonders. They are a product of planetary processes and are—in turn—contributors to the water and carbon cycles on which all life depends. Tropical rainforests are the result of the unique climatic conditions found between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, in the regions north and south of Earth’s equator. Here, constant heat and humidity allow trees and plants to grow year round, without seasonal time-outs. Vast columns of hot air rise and condense out as rain, resulting in annual rainfall of 80 to 400 inches: annual temperatures average over 80 degrees Fahrenheit. And so the tropics are garlanded with trees, plants, animals and insects, uniquely adapted to these conditions. águila arpía


Panama, la rana arb rare beauty and natural wonders. They are a product of planetary processes and are—in turn—contributors to the water and carbon cycles on which all life depends. Tropical rainforests are the result of the unique climatic conditions found between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, in the regions north and south of Earth’s equator. Here, constant heat and humidity allow trees and plants to grow year round, without seasonal time-outs. Vast columns of hot air rise and condense out as rain, resulting in annual rainfall of 80 to 400 inches: annual temperatures average over 80 degrees Fahrenheit. And so the tropics are garlanded with trees, plants, animals and insects, uniquely adapted to these conditions. órea


La Mariposa Morpho rare beauty and natural wonders. They are a product of planetary processes and are—in turn—contributors to the water and carbon cycles on which all life depends. Tropical rainforests are the result of the unique climatic conditions found between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, in the regions north and south of Earth’s equator. Here, constant heat and humidity allow trees and plants to grow year round, without seasonal time-outs. Vast columns of hot air rise and condense out as rain, resulting in annual rainfall of 80 to 400 inches: annual temperatures average over 80 degrees Fahrenheit. And so the tropics are garlanded with trees, plants, animals and insects, uniquely adapted to these conditions.

es una mariposa azul de los bosques tropicales de las Américas Central y del Sur


El bosque tropical1
El Bosque Tropical rare beauty and natural wonders. They are a product of planetary processes and are—in turn—contributors to the water and carbon cycles on which all life depends. Tropical rainforests are the result of the unique climatic conditions found between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, in the regions north and south of Earth’s equator. Here, constant heat and humidity allow trees and plants to grow year round, without seasonal time-outs. Vast columns of hot air rise and condense out as rain, resulting in annual rainfall of 80 to 400 inches: annual temperatures average over 80 degrees Fahrenheit. And so the tropics are garlanded with trees, plants, animals and insects, uniquely adapted to these conditions.

El Bosque

Tropical

El piso/el suelo El sotebosque

El palio vegetal /la capa Los emergentes


El Bosque rare beauty and natural wonders. They are a product of planetary processes and are—in turn—contributors to the water and carbon cycles on which all life depends. Tropical rainforests are the result of the unique climatic conditions found between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, in the regions north and south of Earth’s equator. Here, constant heat and humidity allow trees and plants to grow year round, without seasonal time-outs. Vast columns of hot air rise and condense out as rain, resulting in annual rainfall of 80 to 400 inches: annual temperatures average over 80 degrees Fahrenheit. And so the tropics are garlanded with trees, plants, animals and insects, uniquely adapted to these conditions.

Tropical

Los emergentes

El palio vegetal / la capa

El sotebosque / la capa inferior

El piso/ el suelo


Los emergentes rare beauty and natural wonders. They are a product of planetary processes and are—in turn—contributors to the water and carbon cycles on which all life depends. Tropical rainforests are the result of the unique climatic conditions found between the Tropics of Cancer and Capricorn, in the regions north and south of Earth’s equator. Here, constant heat and humidity allow trees and plants to grow year round, without seasonal time-outs. Vast columns of hot air rise and condense out as rain, resulting in annual rainfall of 80 to 400 inches: annual temperatures average over 80 degrees Fahrenheit. And so the tropics are garlanded with trees, plants, animals and insects, uniquely adapted to these conditions.

El palio vegetal / la capa

El sotebosque / la capa inferior

El piso/ el suelo

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