Forests

We are doing a study about forests

An ecosystems climate

A forest is an area with lots of trees. There are three types of forests: the rainforest, the temperate forest, and the Taiga. Rainforests are located near the equator. Taiga forests are located in the far north. Temperate forests are located in between. They are not too cold or too warm. They also experience all four seasons. An example of a temperate forest would be the Redwood Forest in California.

Facts about forest

Important facts

Deciduous trees lose their leaves in the fall. Here are some examples of deciduous trees; broadleaf, maple, oak, hickory, and beech. Evergreen means that their leaves don't fall off in the fall. Here are some examples; hemlock, evergreen, and fir. The forest stretches 1,200 miles along the Pacific coast.
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By: Jenna and Alexia