Rain Forest, Deciduous Forest, & Grassland by Andrea Hunter
Deciduous forests have climates that consist of warm summers and cold winters. These forests have four distinct seasons (winter, summer, fall, spring). The trees often loose their leaves and develop thick bark for the winter months. Examples of organisms which live in this ecosystem are black bears, voles, mice, owls, and deer.
Grasslands have cold winter and warm summers. They are often plagued with drought and wildfires which limit the number of large trees in this ecosystem. Rainfall in this ecosystem is enough to support grasses but not enough to support large trees. Common organisms found in grasslands are grasshoppers, prairie dogs, and bison.
This creature lives in a rain forest.
This buck (male deer) lives in a deciduous forest.
This animal can be found in the grassland ecosystem.