By Christina Dove and Dianne Zhao
Weather: Temperate forests experience all four seasons. They are also right behind rainforests in the precipitation department. They receive 30-60 inches of rain each year. (that's 75-105 cm) It rains all year long, but in the winter it snows. And for good reason, in the winter it goes below freezing. The average temperature is 50˚ F or 10˚ C. In the summers it's a nice 70˚.
The animals include squirrels(which are every where really), brown bears, black bears, chipmunks, rabbits, raccoons and skunks.
What is the description of interdependancy between organisms?
Brown and black bears hibernate in the winter to help them survive the cold. I know what you're thinking: hibernation? Really? But hibernation IS a variation, as panda and polar bears don't hibernate.