Biodiversity of the Mexico West Coast Tropical Evergreen Forest By Mahfooz Hussan

Introduction: Mexico is a very extreme country with tall mountains and deep canyons in the center of the country, desserts in the north, and a few rain forest in the south and east. In the center of the country where there are canyons and mountains is a region full of valuable metals such as silver and copper

South America has 11 biomes and the Tropical Evergreen forest is located in the Rain Forest Biome. The monthly temperature in the forest is most of the time higher than 18 degrees Celsius usually in between 20 and 28 degrees Celsius.

Ecosystem: The ecosystem in the evergreen forest is very complex and has a wide variety of species such as alligators, white tailed deer, raccoons and much more. The forest contains 20 m tall trees and the climate has distinct wet and warm seasons and it is warm all year round.

Organism: I have chosen the puma for my organism. This cats has many names as he is also called a mountain lion or a cougar. It is non native as it it is from North America. The puma lives in a wide variety of environments such as desert scrub, chaparral, and forests. It has the widest distribution of any New World mammal. The pumas range extends from southeastern Alaska all the way up to southern Argentina and Chile. This

Population:Since there is no exact estimate to the puma population it is thought that there is roughly 30 thousand existing in the American West. Densities can range from 1 to 7 cougars per 100 km squared. So the puma is a pretty endangered species.

That is the end of my presentation, Thank you

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