Tropical Rain Forest

Mrs. Clears class

Tropical Rain Forest

Almost half the plants and animals lives in the rain forest. The rain forest is full of life. Many plants that are not found in any other climates is because the rain forest is 20 times better then any other climate. The rain forest is mostly flat and has little hills. The soil is very wet and dry. Rain forest landforms are flood plains, valleys, mountains, and hills. There is no dry season it is hot and humid. The rain forest gets 100 inches of rain per year. The cloud cover keeps the temperature from rising. Both summer and winter are hot and wet. The forest is the most common place to have animals and plants in it. The temperature changes more day and night then it does summer and winter.

Rain Forest Animals

The rain forest is full of life. Animals have to adapt to adapt to harsh moist, heat and, rain.

there are several kinds of monkeys climb though the rain forest. Most animals climb or fly to reach places high in the trees some never touch the ground. The animal life in the rain forest is very crowded. They have to adapt by building there house first and eating often. Some of the animals that lives in the rain forest are the Bengal Tiger, poison dart frog , and monkey Capuchin. The scientific name is Cebidae. they can live up to 15 to 25 years old. the Gestation period is 106 to 180 years.

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Sorces

True Flix, Tropical Rain Forest, Peter Benoit.


Ewan Mcleish Rain Forest Destruction,Milwaukee World Almanac Library 2007

Mitchell George Rain Forest Mankato Library of Congress cataloging- in-Publication data 2004.


Dr. Nalini Rain forest New York Kink Fisher Voyages