Rainforest Biome

Rainforest

Sunlight: Direct Light all year long. The sunlight does not reach the forest floor because the canopy of large plant leaves is blocking the sun.

Temperature Range: 80 -90 degrees F. Very hot all year long, so plants grow all year long.

Precipitation: 80-260 in. per year. Promotes lots of plant growth, which attracts lots of animals.

Soil: Poor soil with very few nutrients.

Human Effect: Deforestation (cutting trees to clear land)

Causes of deforestation: Farming, Mining, and Logging- lumber.

Plants and Animals

Snakes are carnivors in the Rain Forest
Orchids are a plant in the Rain Forest
Toucans are omnivores in the Rain Forest.
Poinsettias are a plant in the Rain Forest.
Frogs are carnivores in the Rain Forest
Bananas are a plant in the Rain Forest
Butterflies are herbivores in the Rain Forest

Credits:

Created with images by Vytautas Šėrys - "Rainforest" • jbuck0020 - "rain forest canopy round plant swirl fronds" • 947051 - "axe old lumberjack" • WanderingSolesPhotography - "Rainforest" • SeppH - "snake green macro" • Paul G Johnson - "Orchid" • FINTANOBRIEN - "toucan chestnut bird" • wrachele - "004 Pointsetta Red February" • Josch13 - "tree frog anuran frog" • PublicDomainPictures - "agriculture banana branch" • Chrisbkes - "Butterfly"

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