Exploring the Deciduous Forest
By Mrs. Durst`s class
plants,animals, and weather in the forest
In the summer the climate is cold and wet. In the winter the climate is colder. It is 30 degrees c with the average being 10 degrees c.There are 4 seasons in the forest. There is spring, summer, winter, and autumn.Ice ages destroys the forest that has lead to destruction or animal extinction.Global warming destroys the forest because there is less CO2. There is more heat. Acid rain destroys the forest because of the acid that kills in the rain kills the leaves. You should stop building houses on the forest for the trees.
In the deciduous forest, there are lots of plants.Big or small, thin or thick. See how the tall trees are blocking out sunlight and the bushes and grasses are getting only 1/2? And most of the tall trees are thin? That's tall trees in action!
In the deciduous forest, there are acid rain falls. Acid rain kills the forest because of the acid in the rain. It hurts the trees because it is not able to fight diseases, fungi, and frost.
In the deciduous forest there are lots of animals.Such as squirrels,skunks,rabbits,deer,mountain lion,bobcat,timber wolf,fox, and black bear.
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