Biome Adaptations

Kevin Rodriguez

Tropical Rain Forest

In the Tropical Rain Forest, It rains a lot and its hot. It rains 80 to 180 inches per year. This Rain Forest is very thick and not much sunlight is able to penatrate to the forest floor. flowers on the forest floor are designed to lure animals pollinators since there is relatively no wind on the forest floor to aid in pollutions


The desert is very dry and often hot. Annual rainfall averages less than 10 inches per year,and the rain often comes all at the same time. The rest of the year is very dry. There is a lot of direct sunlight shinning on the plants the soil is often sandy or rocky and unable to hold much water. Winds are often strong, and dry out plants.