Deciduous Forests Biome

Antonio Allen

Deciduous

  • (of a tree or shrub) shedding its leaves annually.
-Latin

Facts

  • The average rainfall is about 30-60 inches per year.
  • The average rainfall is about 30-60 inches per year.
  • Wildlife and Trees have been lost due to timber harvesting.

Types of deciduous forests

Facts pt.2

  • Here there is lots of precipitation, because of this there are many plants and trees growing throughout the growing season.
  • When the growing season is over the trees shed their leaves and start over.
  • The average rainfall is about 30-60 inches per year.
  • They can be found in Asia, in the middle of Europe, and on the Eastern half of North America.