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4.1. Forests of the World. Biome (bye- oam ). A biome is a large community of plants and animals that is supported by a certain type of climate. . biomes. Interactive activity: see picture of many different kinds of biomes

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4.1

Forests of the World


Biome (bye-oam)

  • A biome is a large community of plants and animals that is supported by a certain type of climate.


biomes

  • Interactive activity: see picture of many different kinds of biomes

    • http://www.harcourtschool.com/activity/science_up_close/604/deploy/604_SLA_Biomes.swf


There are 3 forest biomes in our story.

coniferous

deciduous

rainforest


Biome 1: Coniferous Forest

  • You can find a coniferous

    forest in the Arctic tundra.


Coniferous trees stay the same in winter.


Cone-bearing trees

  • Spruce, hemlock and fir are cone-bearing trees.

    sprucehemlockfir


Biome 2: Deciduous Forest

  • You can find a deciduous forest in the Northern Hemisphere.


Most trees in deciduous forests lose their leaves in the fall.


Deciduous forests

  • Oak, beech, ash and maple trees are typical trees found in deciduous forests.

    oak ash

    beech maple


Deciduous Forests

  • Animals in deciduous forests include deer, American gray squirrels, rabbits, raccoons and woodpeckers.


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