Tropical Rainforest Biome

By: Kaylee Sanchez

Information on This Biome:

Tropical Rainforests are warm and humid all year. There is no dry season, and this helps keep their large variety of plants alive. This biome has a vast amount of different animal species, and has the most Biodiversity. The temperature stays between 70 and 90 degrees Fahrenheit all year. There are three layers of every rainforest; the forest floor, the understory, and the canopy. Rainforests are very important, because due to their excessive amount of trees, they produce 40% of the world's oxygen. This is why we must stop excessive tree chopping in Earth's forests.

Big image

Tropical Rainforest Food Web

The producers in this ecosystem are Seeds, Orchids, Bamboo, and Banana Trees. These are eaten by primary consumers such as Fruit Bats, Lemurs, Insects, Parrot, Macaws, and Chimps. Following this, the secondary consumers such as Pythons and Jaguars, eat the primaries. ( Source: )
Big image

Tropical Rainforest Biome Food Pyramid

The producers have 100% energy when they start out, but when the primaries eat off of them, they receive 10% of that. The secondaries acquire 1% from the primaries.

( Template Source: )

Big image

Tropical Rainforest Biome Carbon Cycle

The Carbon Cycle takes place in the rainforest in this diagram.

( Source: )