The Rainforest Biome Tropical Madagascar Rainforest. By: Muhammad Anwar. What is a Biome?. A biome is a large group of ecosystems characterized by a specific climate type of climate and similar communities.
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The Rainforest BiomeTropical Madagascar Rainforest
By: Muhammad Anwar
The Madagascar food web is full of unique species! The bananas and the orchids act as the producers. The primary consumers include the mouse and the bugs. Next comes the bats, lemurs, frogs, and iguanas as the secondary consumers. Lastly, are the tertiary consumers, which include crocodiles, snakes, and mongoose. We took the many food chains in the food web and made a simple food chain to help better demonstrate the relationship between the different levels of consumers.