Temperate Deciduous Forest
By: Kaylin Cabble
In a Temperate Deciduous Forest the average annual temperature is 50 degrees Fahrenheit. the average annual rainfall ranges from 30 - 60 inches. The Forest follows four specific seasons. They include Summer, Spring, Fall, and Winter. Summer starts in June and ends in late August. The Forest usually have mild summers. In the fall the leaves change colors like red, orange, yellow, and brown. They also start to fall to the ground forming a blanket of leaves. In the winter all the leaves have completely fallen off. And if it is cold enough it might snow. Generally in the spring it is warm and flowers start to bloom.
Cooperation and Competition
Threats to the Environment!
- Animals in this biome extremely adaptive because the weather is always changing.
- The forest gets it's name from the tress that deciduous and change color and fall to the ground.
- Some insects of this biome can not survive in the winter so they lay eggs in the winter.
- The growing season of the forest last six months.