Biome Project- Temperate Rainforest
By: Megan Toper
Temperate Rainforest Climate
Temperate rainforests have two seasons. One is long and wet and the other one is short and dry. The weather is always cool even in the dry season because the fog supplies enough moisture to sustain the rainforest. The average temperature is 50 degrees F.
They get about 30 to 60 inches of rain per year.
Six animals that live in the temperate rainforest
Four Plants that live in the Temperate Rainforest
1. There are four seasons
2. Temperate Rainforests in Eastern Europe are dying from acid rain
3. Oak trees that live in the Temperate Rainforest can produce 90,000 acorns.
4. There is around 30 to 60 inches of rain regularly.