Deciduous forest. By Michelle Champagne And Sarah Holland . http://www.ccet.ua.edu/hhmi/images/Autumn.JPG. Table of Contents . Title slide Table of contents Biome map Land forms Producers Herbivores Carnivores and Omnivores Climate Ecological Concerns Conservation efforts
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By Michelle Champagne
Table of Contents
Landforms are the features that make up the earth's surface
Producers are always plants. They make their own food.
Deciduous trees: trees that
lose their leaves
Herbivores are animals that only eat plants
Carnivores and Omnivores
An omnivore is an animal that eats meet and plants
A carnivore is a animal that only eats meat
If your lucky you can see a rainbow when it rains
Ecological concerns are problems that occur in the biomes.
High on top of the Canopy
100 ft above the ground sits the deciduous forest canopy. It makes homes for plants and animals with beautiful sights too see.
When you go to the deciduous forests...
There are many beautiful birds that migrate, so come to the deciduous forests in the summer.
You can hike in the Appalachian and Adirondack Mountains, and go fishing for all the fish in the lakes and streams.
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