Rain forest Biome
Jill Justice and Emma Silvey
Plant roots are in water, not in the soil, because all the rain has eroded away the soil.
Some plants are bananas, ferns, water lily, kapok tree and orchids. A decomposer is saprophytes.
Ocelots, spider monkeys, macaw, toucan, sloth, boa constrictor, tree snail, jaguar and poison-arrow toad. Sloth's coats camofloage themselves, and sloths move slow to conserve energy. Poison-arrow frogs are brightly colored so predators won't eat them.