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The Rainforest. By Teja, Mridh, Justin, Jayden. W orld Location. There are Rainforests in Australia, Africa, Asia, North America, and South America. Climate. In the Rainforest there are no seasons. I is always hot and wet. The average teetered is around 70°F to 90°F. Human interaction.

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the rainforest

The Rainforest

By Teja, Mridh, Justin, Jayden

w orld location
World Location

There are Rainforests in Australia, Africa, Asia, North America, and South America.

climate
Climate

In the Rainforest there are no seasons. I is always hot and wet. The average teetered is around 70°F to 90°F.

human interaction
Human interaction

One positive interaction in this biome is to plant trees so animals can live in. One negative interaction in this biome is cutting down trees and cutting down animal homes.

plants
Plants

Some plants that live in the in the Rainforest are,

-Butterfly roots

-Palm tree

-Herbs

-Periwinkle

-Obese tree

animal
Animal

Some animals that live in the Rainforest are

-Ghost bat

-Armadillo

-Toucan

-Hummingbird

-Poising dart frogs

-Cordele

-tapir

appearance
Appearance

The jaguar has golden or brownish yellow fur and many spots. There tail is 1.5 to 2.5 feet long.

predator prey
Predator/Prey

Our animal is a carnivore. It eats deer, fish, wild pigs, tapirs, turtles, capybaras, and other rodents. A jaguar’s predator is humans because humans take jaguar’s fur and make carpets. They hunt on the ground at night.

adaptations
Adaptations

Jaguars have really good eye sight. They can hear very well to locate their prey and sneak up on prey without being caught.

bibliography
Bibliography

The books we used were …

  • Telford, Carol. Up A Rainforest Tree. Vert Designer ltd.Hong Cong1998
  • Pipes, Rose World habitats.Raintreesteck. Texas 1998
  • Gibbons, Gail. Natures Green Umbrella, Harper collins publishers Singapore, 1994

- Greenwood, Elenor, Rainforest.DK Inc. New York 2001

  • Knight, Tim. Journey into the RainforestOxford University press, Hong Kong, 2001.
  • Greenwood, Elinor. Rainforest, New York, 2001.