Deciduous Forest by: Yazmine, Isabella, Alex

In our forest the plants we have are maple, oak, and evergreens, the scientific name for a maple plant is Acer the temperature the plant live in is about 50 degrees the animals what eats the plants are insects, rodents. what eats are Oak worms Tent Caterpillars. Evergreen plants are eaten by Deer's Rabbits and Mice
Zoologist-The animals found in our forest is The American 1.bald eagle, 2.American Black Bear, 3.Coyotes, 4.Duckbill Platypus, and 5. European 6. red squirrels 7.Eastern Chipmunks least weasel 8.fat dormouse 9.deer 10.mountain lion. the 3 animals we chose are a buck bill platypuses and a least weasel and a red squirrel the platypus the real name for it is Ornithologists Anatinus the lifespan is 17 years then they die. the next animals is a least weasel the scientific name for the least weasel is Mustela nivalis the he long-tailed weasel is larger in size with males ranging anywhere from 14 to 16 inches long and weighing 3 to 7 ounces. the last animal is a red squirrel the real name is Sciurus vulgaris In the original fairy tale, Cinderella's slippers were made of red squirrel pelt.
Looking closely at the biome map below, you'll see that the temperate deciduous forests are located primarily in the eastern half of the United States, Canada, Europe, parts of Russia, China, and Japan.the average temperature of the forest is about 50 degrees F. The average amount of rainfall in the forest is 30 to 60 inches a year. As the seasons change, so do the colors of the leaves of the deciduous. During the winter months water is generally not available to keep the leaves of some plants alive.
Almost all temperate deciduous forests have been severely impacted by human use. In Europe and North America, less than 1% of all temperate deciduous forests remain in undisturbed state, free of logging, grazing, deforestation or other intensive use.Humans also indirectly contribute to the destruction of deciduous forests through activities such as burning fossil fuels and deforestation through burning the land. Some deciduous forests are mined for minerals such as coal and oil.


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