Land Biomes Of the World. Tropical Rain Forest Desert Grassland Temperate Forest Boreal Forest Tundra. Tropical Rain Forest. Tropical Rainforests. Climate : It rains almost everyday. Very warm (humid)
Tropical Rain Forest
Climate: Very dry, little precipitation, hot days, cool nights
Consumers: Snakes, lizards, kangaroo rats, tortoises, jackrabbits, and camels.
Producers: Very few; cacti, saguaro, yucca. Plants store water and have very small leaves and thorns.
Extra facts: Animals active during day are called diurnal. Active at night called nocturnal. Very few large animals live in the desert because large amounts of food and water are hard to find. Different types of Deserts. Sahara vs. Arizona desert
I do not want to see a picture of a cactus next to a camel they do not live in the same Desert!
Consumers: Antelope, badgers, prairie dogs, moles, ground squirrels, hares, gophers, & many birds.
Producers: grasses, very few trees
Extra facts: also called savannas, velds, papas, prairies, and steppes
All Conifers are Evergreens (true)
All Evergreens are Conifers
Consumers: bears, deer, foxes, raccoons, opossums, squirrels, insects, and birds.
Producers: wildflowers, ferns, mosses, some evergreens, most are deciduous, such as oak, hickory, beech and maple tree. MOST OF THE TREES ARE DECIDUOUS (leaves change color in fall)
Extra Facts: leaves fall off the tree in fall therefore there is lots of dead leaves on the ground. Many animals hibernate. (video)
Permanently Frozen Soil
No trees in the tundra. Willow is technically a tree and this is as big as it gets!
1. What are the four layers of the tropical rain forest name an organism found at each level.
2. What are 3 carnivores that live in the desert?
3. Why can’t trees grow in the Tundra?
4. List 4 organisms found predominately in the Deciduous Forest?