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2 nd Block Honors Biology Ms. Cox. Temperate Forest Biome Project. Jayde Scott, JC Burdeshaw, Macayla Kelley. Where?. Temperate forests are often found in eastern North America , northeastern Asia, and western and central Europe and on the southern tips of South America and Australia.

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Temperate forest biome project

2nd Block Honors Biology

Ms. Cox

Temperate Forest Biome Project

Jayde Scott, JC Burdeshaw, Macayla Kelley


Where

Where?

Temperate forests are often found in eastern North America , northeastern Asia, and western and central Europe and on the southern tips of South America and Australia .


Rain rain

Rain, rain…..

The temperate forests around the world usually receive 75-150 cm annually.


I can grow this much

I Can grow this much….

Moderate climates and fertile sol provide a growing season of 140-200 days during 4-6 frost-free months , or 20-28 weeks.


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Nice!!

On average, temperatures throughout the year range from around 20-25 degrees Celsius. Between the three coolest and three warmest months temperatures differ by no more than 5 degrees.

Sweet!!


Characteristics

Characteristics

The first forests were dominated by giant horsetails and ferns that stood 40 feet tall

They contain about 70 percent of carbon present in living things

Temperate forests occupy about one third of the Earth’s land area

Forests have been worshipped in ancient religions


Characteristics1

A temperate forest in California is home to the world’s largest tree, a sequoia, measuring 275 feet tall and 95 feet around

characteristics

The largest temperate forest, in Scandinavia and northern Russia, has over 3.5 million miles of land covered in trees

Temperate forests are now becoming casual to civilization as deforestation increases


Characteristics2

characteristics

The two distinctive seasons are rainy and dry

Temperate forests are layered with plant and animal life with a canopy of taller trees and smaller shrubs and ferns on bottom

The temperate forest in North America is home to the Appalachian mountains


American bald eagle

American Bald Eagle

  • The Bald Eagle is the national symbol of the United States

  • The bald eagle lives up to 50 years and reaches the height of an office desk, and it has up to an 8 foot wing span.

  • They’re diet consists of mostly fish but also it eats duck, muskets, and turtles.

  • They mate during the winter and the spring, and they’re nests are 6 ft wide and way up to 1 ton

  • They lay up to 2 eggs.


American black bear

American Black Bear

  • The Black Bear can run up to 25 mph.

  • They have rounded ears, short tail, and short claws.

  • They meet maturity around 5 years. They can live up to 25 years.

  • They mate during the summer and hibernate during the winter.


White tailed deer

White-Tailed Deer

  • Only the males have antlers and they shed them in January.

  • Males can weigh up to 400 pounds while females can weigh up to 200 pounds.

  • They graze on green plants, nuts, and acorns.

  • White-tailed deer mate from October through December. Females give birth two months later.

  • These deer live up to 10 years.


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We Fly High…

Get ‘em

Run Bambi Run!!


Raccoon

Raccoon

  • Medium sized mammal native to North America.

  • Raccoon’s grow to about 41 to 72 meters and also weigh up to 20 pounds.

  • They’re diet consists of 40% invertebrates, 33% plant foods, and 27% vertebrates.

  • Raccoon’s life span is about 3 years and their home ranges about 7 ½ acres.


Coyote

Coyote

  • Mostly live in North America.

  • They can weigh up to 44 pounds.

  • Coyotes often grow mature in 1-2 years and usually have 6 pups.

  • We often find them hunting alone, they are very intelligent and have a great sense of smell.

  • Coyotes eat small mammals, such as rabbits, mice, reptiles, fruit, and insects


Least weasel

Least Weasel

  • Lives in the Asian temperate forest

  • Bodies grow up to 10 in. long and weigh up to 8.7 pounds ( Males ), 4.3 pounds ( Females ).

  • Least Weasels often found mating in the spring and summer, they can also have up to 10 babies.

  • These small little creatures can kill prey 5x it’s size.


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Don’t mess with me

O Sure..Pick on the little guy

Grrr Yourself!!


European red squirrel

European Red Squirrel

  • Lives in the European Forest.

  • Known as a rodent.

  • It grows to 18 in. long including its tail, it also weighs 16 oz.

  • It’s tail is used for balance of the body while climbing.

  • Can live up to 6 years.

  • Has a litter every two years, between 3-4 babies a litter.


Eastern chipmunk

Eastern Chipmunk

  • Only active in mornings and afternoons

  • Grow to about 5-6 in. and weigh about 3 oz.

  • They make burrows in rotting logs, home range is ½ acre.

  • while in hibernation, chipmunks do not sleep heavily.

  • Often mate twice a year to have up to 2-5 babies.

  • After a two years range the chipmunks are o their own, but usually only live for 3 years.


Fat dormouse

Fat Dormouse

  • Found in Africa, Europe, Asian, and Japan.

  • Known as the largest of the 21 species of dormice.

  • Grows up to 14 in. long and weighs about 6 oz.

  • It has one litter every two years of 10 babies.

  • Lives up to five years.


Duckbill platypus

Duckbill Platypus

  • Lives in the forest in Australia

  • Its tail has a special tissue called a fatty tissue that is used to store energy.

  • They have a spur on their legs that carry venom.

  • Grows to 1 ½ in. and weighs 5 ½ pounds.

  • After mating the platypus lays eggs 2 weeks later.

  • They don’t have teeth, they have pads that grind up their food.


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Aww..Nuts..

So Tired…ZZZ

Just keep swimming


American beech

American Beech

  • Grows in the southern and eastern parts of the United States

  • Grows best in rich, deep, moist, well-drained soil.

  • It ranges from 90-100 feet tall and spreads 50-70 feet wide.

  • Leaves are bright green and grow 3 in. long, buds bloom in a yellow tinge.

  • Beech trees are used for paper and furniture, such as benches.


White birch

White Birch

  • Grows 70-80 feet in height

  • Lives a short life of only 140 years

  • Buds on these trees are also called Catkins. They turn into winged Nutkins which ripen in August to mid. September.

  • You can most of the time tell the tree by its narrow stripes and white bark.

  • Most Natives love this tree cause it burns even when wet.


Tawny milksap mushroom

Tawny Milksap Mushroom

  • Commonly found in Eastern United States and Canada.

  • Known to the Japanese as Chichitake, used to make a flavorful broth

  • When eaten fresh a type of “Milk” or sticky latex that seeps out. Hints the name “Milksap”

  • Grows to 2-5 inches.


Guelder rose

Guelder Rose

  • Found in Scotland and Europe because of the low altitudes.

  • It grows in both heavy clay and acidic soil

  • Can get up to 5 to 10 feet tall

  • It has a large layer of white flowers with bright red berries that attract birds and insects.

  • The Guelder Rose is an invasive shrub, which means its not endangered


Northern arrowwood

Northern Arrowwood

  • Has dark green, oval leaves that grow opposite of each other on the stem

  • The leaves are about 4 inches long and 6 inches across

  • It has a small white to pink flowers in flat-topped clusters, They also bloom in May

  • This plant also produces fruit that is fleshy and black and blue


Shagbark hickory

Shagbark Hickory

  • The bark is gray and separates into stripes that gives the tree its shaggy look.

  • This tree can grow up to 100 feet tall

  • The branches can get up to 25 feet long, which are broken up into three groups: The bottom branches droop down, the middle branches stand horizontal, and the top branches hang upright like reaching to the sky

  • Male flowers on this tree are called catkins and female flowers are called petallets.


White oak

White Oak

  • Can grow up to 80-100 feet tall, 3-4 feet across

  • It’s life span stretches from 500 to 600 years old

  • It can grow in many different habitats, such as from seacoasts to high in the mountain slopes. Also, from wet lowlands and the dry mesas

  • Is commonly found in the eastern United States and it is defiantly not endangered


Pecan

Pecan

  • They can grow to enormous heights of 180 feet

  • The leaves grow in groups of 11-17, which also has pointed tips

  • The pecan industry produces about 250,000,000 pounds a year.

  • Most pecan trees like humid climate


Lady fern

Lady Fern

  • Lady Ferns are often used to decorate peoples homes

  • Grow to be about 24 to 30 inches tall

  • They grow in meadows, thickets, moist woods, and along stream beds

  • Lady Ferns reproduce by thick, scaly rhizomes and spores


Carpet moss

Carpet Moss

  • This moss gets its name because it grows on the ground.

  • Mosses are simple rootless evergreen plants

  • Carpet moss reproduces sexually and asexually

  • Mosses produce small female structures that produce egg cells, or male structures that produce sperm cells


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