Jabari Smith Facts about Rain Forest

  • only around 6% of earths land surface is rainforest-but about half of all animals and plant species live there
  • in central america forests rival strawberry poison dart frogs might wrest for up to 20 minutes
  • it can take up to ten minutes for a falling raindrop to travel from a rainforest thick canopy to the floor
  • a tree known as the idioy fruit grows in australias daintree rainforest
  • the rhinoceres horabill from southearth a sian forests has hornlike structure on it head that looks like an extra beac




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Hello my name is Andy Garcia class 5-777 here are some facts about rain ecosystem

Fact 1 an area of a rain forest the size of a football field is being destroyed each second.

Fact 2 giant bamboo plants can grow up to a inches a day.

fact 3 the trees of a tropical rain forest are so densely packed that rain falling on the can by can take as long as 10 minutes.
To reach the ground.

Fact 4 in most is rain forest of South America ,sloths move so slowly that algae are able to grow in their fur.

Fact 5 rain forest only cover around 2 percent the total surface area of the earth but really about 50 percent of the plan







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This is the Rain forest ecosystem food web by Andy Garcia
Food web is an important ecological concept basically trepresents feeding relationship withina commtnity


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This is the Rain forest ecosystem food chain by Andy Garcia
A food chain is the series of processes by which food is grown or produced sold eventually consumed





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This is the Rain forest ecosystem food pyramid by Andy Garcia
A nutrition diagram in the shape to a pyramid especially in the food guide pyramid.






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1 what is an ecosystem?
a biological community of interaction organisms and their physical environment.
2 what is a community?
a group of people living in the same place or having a particular characteristic in common.
3 what is a population?
a group of individuals also of the same species occupying a particular geographic area.
4 what is a niche?
in ecology aniche is atom describing the relational position of a species or popalation in ecosystem
5 what is a habitat?
alarge community of plants and animals that to ccupies a distinct legiog.
6 what is a habitat?
a habitat is a special place where a plant or a himar lives just like you have a home or place
7 what is adoptation?
in biology process by which an animal or plant species becomes fitted to its environment it is the result of natural selection acting upon heritable variation.









Hello my name is edward today i'm going to tell you fracts about Rainforest .

fact :1 Rainforest only cover around 2 percent the total surface area of the earth, but really about 50 percent of the planet and animals on the earth live in rainforest . fact:2 Rainforest ae the forest that recive high amount of rain fall. fact:3 you can find Rainforest in many countries not just south america.they can be found in Alaska and canada,as well as Aisa,africa and latin america. fact:4 Rainforest are found on all of the different countinents,expect for antarctica beacause it is too cold there for the


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This is a diagram of the Food Pyramid for the Rain Forest Ecosystem

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Hey my alchemist club, my name is Jeder Mendez and today I'm going to tell you facts and questions about Rain forest ecosystem.

-Rain forests only cover around 2% percent the total surface area of Earth, but really 50% percent of plants and animals on the Earth live in the rain forest.

-Rain forests are the forests that get a high amount of rainfall.

-You can find rain forests in many countries, not just in South America. They can be found in Alaska and Canada, as well as Asia, Africa and Latin America.

-Rain forests are found on all of different continents, except for antarctica because is far too cold there for the enviroment to be conducive.

-Rainforests help to maintain our supply of drinking water and fresh water, so they are critical in the sustainability of the Earth.


Here are some questions:

1) Why are rainforests Earth's lungs? Because that is where Earth's plants take carbon dioxide and turn it into oxygen

2) Where do drugs come from? Every drug used in western world, have active ingredients from the rainforest trees and plants

3) Where do most of the fresh water come form? Well one-fifth of the fresh waters are found in amazon baisin

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Hello my name is Brian Vivar today I am going to tell you some facts about the Rainforest Ecosystem.

They contain more than 50 percent of all the plants and animal species on the planet. Rain forests are sometimes known as the "lungs" of the planet because the

plant life there provides at a great deal of our oxygen,while absorbing our carbon dioxide. Tropical rain forest lie in the tropics,where its warm and wet all year round.The temperatures there never fall below 25 degrees celsius.Rain forest are forest characterized by high rain fall with annual rain.

1. What is ecosystem? a system on a group of interconnected elements formed by the interaction of acommunity of organisms with their environment.

2.What is population? The total number of persons inhabiting a country,city or any district or area.

3.What is a community?A group of associated nations sharing common interests or a common inherit age.


4.What is a niche?Ecology the position or function of an organism in a community of plants and animals.

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5.What is a biome?A major over a large area and usually characterized by a dominant vegetation see for formation.


THESE ARE SOME PIC

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These are facts about the rain forest made by Dafne Gonzalez.one of the facts is that 4 50% animals and plants live in the rainforest.Another fact is that giant bamboo plants can grow 9 niches a day.Also the trees

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Hi my name is Odaliz Juarez from class 5-999

I am working on the Rainforest Ecosystem. Here are my five facts about the Rain Forest Ecosystem.

1.An area of a rainforest the size of a football field is being destroyed each second.

2.Giant bamboo plants can grow up to qinches a day.

3.some rainforest monkeys are omnivores eating both animals and plants.

4.80% of the flowers in the australian rainforests are not found any where else in the world.


5.1 out of 4 ingredients in our medicine is from rain forest plants.

1. one fact about rain forests are forests that expirence high level of rain fall.

2. scintists belive that there may be millons of plant and insect species in rain forests that have yet to be discovered.

3. over 25 percent of the natural medicine have been discovered in rain forests

4. rainforsts used to cove 14 present of the earth surface but due to deforestation now only cover 6 percent.

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1.in the moist rain forest of south America sloths move so slowly that algae are able to grow in their fur
2.the forest of central Africa are home to more than 8,000 different species of plants
3.80% of the flowers in the Australian rainforest are not found anywhere else in the world
4.a fifth of our fresh water is found in tropical rainforest , the amazon basin to be exact
5.70% or more of the plants that are used to treat cancer are only found in the tropical rainforest
Basic ecosystem concepts
1.what is an ecosystem?
A biological community of interacting organisms and their physical environment
2.whar is a population?
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All the inhabitants of a particular town, area or country
3.what is a community?
A group of people living in the sameplace or having a particular characteristics in common
4.what is a niche?
A shallow recess especially one in a wall to display a statue or other ornament
5.what is a biome ?
A large naturally occurring of flora and fauna occupying mayjor habitat
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Cesar Jimenez and Carlos Grande . We are going to show 10 facts of the Rain Forest.

By Cesar Jimenez

1 A ecosystem is a biological community of interacting organisms and their physical enviroment .
2 A population is All the inhabitants of a particular town, area or country .
3 A community is a group of people living in the same place or having a particular characteristic in common.
4 a niche is a term that is used in ecological biology to define an organism,s role in an ecosystem.
5 Biomes are very large ecological areas on the earths surface with fauna and flora [ animals and plants ].caca
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Endangered rain forest animal list around the world

Critically endangered animals

Sumatran orangutan
Sumatran tiger
Lear's macaw
Brown spider monkey
Rancho grande harlequin frog
Panamanian golden frog
Pygmy three toed sloth
Yellow crested cockatoo
Golden bellied capuchin
Elegrant frog
Orinoco crocodile
Mountain gorilla
Golden mantella
Eastern red colobus
Javen rhinoceros

Endangered animals

Bonobo
Bornean
Common chimpanzees
Golden poison frog
Hyacinth macaw
Great green macaw
Maned three toed sloth
Diana monkey
Indian wild dog
Aye aye
Indian elephant
Golden lion tarmarin
Red slender loris
Probosis monkey
Javan Langur
Diademed Sifaka
Mahogany Glider
Giant Otter
Bengal Tiger
Mountain Tapir and Baird’s Tapir

Vulnerable Animal

Blue poison frog
Giant Armadillo

Near Threatened Animals

  • Jaguar
  • Harpy Eagle
2 75% of the cancer treatment comes from rain forests
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3 Less than 1% of sunlight reaches the forest floor

4 50% of animals and plants live in the Rainforests.

5 The average temperature on rain forests are beetween 70 and 85 degrees Farenheight


Rain Forest Deforestation
  • 12 through 15 million hectares are broken each year and equal to 36 football fields a minute . That is about 522,720,000,000 through 653,400,000,000 trillion Acre's broken each year
  • If Rain Forest deforestation continues at this rate , The rain forests will probably be gone in 100 years . Right now 2016-2116 so on 2116 there will be no Rain forests .
  • PEOPLE PLEASE UNDERSTAND THE IMPORTANCE OF RAIN FORESTS!!!!!.
  • For every Mahogany tree broken down, 28 other trees fall down by accident and animals go homeless.
  • Thousands of acres are broken down just for farms and ranches and in a few years, time , They just leave it and move on.
  • Common reasons for breaking down trees is , To make more land available















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  • The Amazon Rainforest stretches throughout South America from Brazil to Venezuela to Columbia and parts of Ecuador and Peru encompassing a billion acres of land.
  • About one quarter of the western medicine used today has ingredients that originated in the Amazon Rain forest. With so many unidentified trees and plants, it is logical to conclude that many more have medicinal value that has not yet been discovered. If deforestation continues, we may never know how many more have potential to help save lives.
  • People need oxygen to survive and the Amazon's trees and plants are responsible for providing more than 20% of the worlds oxygen. That is why the Amazon was given the nickname, Lungs of the Planet.
  • People from around the world rely on the Amazon for a huge portion of their daily diets. Fruits, nuts, rice, corn, coffee, potatoes, vegetables, spices, and many other important foods are grown here. The availability of these foods will become scarce if the rain forest, as we know it, disappears.
  • The government as well as individual people are responsible for destroying the rain forest. The Brazilian government thought it would be a good idea back in the 1970s to integrate the rain forest with civilization and created 9000 miles worth of roadways right through the rain forest. To do this the forest was cleared and countless trees were destroyed.
  • There was an unanticipated consequence of the government building roadways through the rain forest. Various types of farmers were able to more easily reach the rain forest and started clearing more of the land for their own use.
  • Brazil has finally put into place many policies and penalties which aim to deter both individuals and corporations from further deforestation. They have implemented more stringent law enforcement, satellite monitoring and designated areas that are completely protected. The Amazon rain forest is the biggest tropical rain forest in the world.About two-thirds of the Amazon rain forest is in Brazil,the largest country in south america.The amazon rain forest is also in the countries of Venezuela,Colombia,Ecuador,Peru,and Bolivia.The Amazon rain forest has more species of plants and animals than any other place in the world.The Amazon river flows through the Amazon rain foresLast of the Amazon
    In the time it takes to read this article, an area of Brazil's rain forest larger than 200 football fields will have been destroyed. The market forces of globalization are invading the Amazon, hastening the demise of the forest and thwarting its most committed stewards. In the past three decades, hundreds of people have died in land wars; countless others endure fear and uncertainty, their lives threatened by those who profit from the theft of timber and land.
    In this Wild West frontier of guns, chain saws, and bulldozers, government agents are often corrupt and ineffective—or ill-equipped and outmatched. Now, industrial-scale soybean producers are joining loggers and cattle ranchers in the land grab, speeding up destruction and further fragmenting the great Brazilian wilderness.
    During the past 40 years, close to 20 percent of the Amazon rain forest has been cut down—more than in all the previous 450 years since European colonization began. The percentage could well be far higher; the figure fails to account for selective logging, which causes significant damage but is less easily observable than clear-cuts. Scientists fear that an additional 20 percent of the trees will be lost over the next two decades. If that happens, the forest's ecology will begin to unravel. Intact, the Amazon produces half its own rainfall through the moisture it releases into the atmosphere. Eliminate enough of that rain through clearing, and the remaining trees dry out and die. When desiccation is worsened by global warming, severe droughts raise the specter of wildfires that could ravage the forest. Such a drought afflicted the Amazon in 2005, reducing river levels as much as 40 feet (12 meters) and stranding hundreds of communities. Meanwhile, because trees are wantonly burned to create open land in the frontier states of Pará, Mato Grosso, Acre, and Rondônia, Brazil has become one of the world's largest emitters of greenhouse gases. The danger signs are undeniable.
    All of it starts with a road. Except for a handful of federal and state highways—including the east-west Trans-Amazon Highway and the controversial BR-163, the "soy highway," which splits the heart of the Amazon along 1,100 miles (1,800 kilometers) from southern Mato Grosso north to Santarém in Pará—nearly every road in the Amazon is unauthorized. There are more than 105,000 miles (170,000 kilometers) of these roads, most made illegally by loggers to reach mahogany and other hardwoods for the lucrative export market.
    In Brazil, the events set in motion by logging are almost always more destructive than the logging itself. Once the trees are extracted and the loggers have moved on, the roads serve as conduits for an explosive mix of squatters, speculators, ranchers, farmers, and invariably, hired gunmen. The land sharks follow the roads deep into previously impenetrable forest, then destroy tracts to make it look as if they own them. Land thievery is committed through corruption, strong-arm tactics, and fraudulent titles and is so widespread that Brazilians have a name for it: grigalem, from the Portuguese word grilo, or cricket. Grileiros, the practitioners, have been known to age phony land titles in a drawer full of hungry crickets. When Brazil's agrarian reform agency, Instituto Nacional de Colonização e Reforma Agrária, reviewed Amazonian land ownership records over the past three years, it voided more than 62,000 claims that appeared to be fraudulent.
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Facts about Rain Forest by: Roan Acosta

1.fact-Only around 6% of earth land surface is rain forest but about half of all animals and plant species.

2.In central american forest,rival strawberry poison dart frogs might wresle for up to 20 minutes.


3 .It can take ten minutes for a falling raindrop to travel from a rainforest's thick canopy to the floor.

4.A tree known as the idiot fruit grows in Australia's daintree rainforest.


5.The rhinoceros hornbill bird from southeast Asian forest has a hornlike structure on its head that looks like an extra beak.


6. when the rain forest trees are chop of it is called deforestation.

7.Ther are many different snakes ther very dangerous

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By Maria Perez
Hi my name is maria I going to talk about the disappearing of the rain forest.
When these forests are cut down, the plants and animals that live in the forests are destroyed, and some species are at risk of being made extinct. Further, as the large-scale harvesting of lumber from the rain forests continues, the balance of the earth's eco-system is disrupted. We need the rain forests to produce oxygen and clean the atmosphere to help us breathe. We also know that the earth's climate can be affected, as well as the water cycle. Rainforests also provide us with many valuable medicinal plants, and may be a source of a cure from some deadly diseases.

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logging trucks carry away trees that have been cut down.
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Forests can be managed effectively without endangering rare species of plants and animals and without risking global environmental damage. Companies that harvest timber should not be allowed to "clear cut" large areas of forest and should be required to plant new trees after they cut old trees down. Governments should create large parks and reserves where hunting and logging are not allowed. As a world community, we must be careful not to destroy the resources that people will need in the future.

Many animals from the rainforests are brought to our country illegally. Parrots and iguanas, for example, are often imported illegally. We should not buy these animals, since that encourages other people to bring in more animals.

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Villagers in a rainforest burn trees to make charcoal
Most of the products that we use in our country come from rainforests, such as rubber, coffee and rain forest lumber. Rainforests are cut down to harvest the timber and also to make room for farms to grow coffee and spices. Each of us needs to be thoughtful about the way we consume these products, and support companies and programs that make a commitment to safe environmental practices. Recycle and re-use whenever possible, and help keep the earth green and healthy.
When these forests are cut down, the plants and animals that live in the forests are destroyed, and some species are at risk of being made extinct. Further, as the large-scale harvesting of lumber from the rain forests continues, the balance of the earth's ecosystem is disrupted. We need the rain forests to produce oxygen and clean the atmosphere to help us breathe. We also know that the earth's climate can be affected, as well as the water cycle. Rainforests also provide us with many valuable medicinal plants, and may be a source of a cure from some deadly diseases.Forests can be managed effectively without endangering rare species of plants and animals and without risking global environmental damage. Companies that harvest timber should not be allowed to "clear cut" large areas of forest and should be required to plant new trees after they cut old trees down. Governments should create large parks and reserves where hunting and logging are not allowed. As a world community, we must be careful not to destroy the resources that people will need in the future.

Many animals from the rainforests are brought to our country illegally. Parrots and iguanas, for example, are often imported illegally. We should not buy these animals, since that encourages other people to bring in more animals.
Burning Trees
Burning Trees

Burning Trees

Villagers in a rainforest burn trees to make charcoal.
Most of the products that we use in our country come from rainforests, such as rubber, coffee and rain forest lumber. Rainforests are cut down to harvest the timber and also to make room for farms to grow coffee and spices. Each of us needs to be thoughtful about the way we consume these products, and support companies and programs that make a commitment to safe environmental practices. Recycle and re-use whenever possible, and help keep the earth green and healthy.

We are losing earth's greatest biological treasures just as we are beginning to appreciate their true value. Rain forest once covered 14% of earth's land surface; now they cover a mere 6% and experts estimate that the last remaining rain forest could be consumed in less than 40 years.One and one - half acres of rain forest are lost every second with tragic consequences for both developing and industrial countries. Rain forests are being destroyed because the value of rain forest land is perceived as only the value of its timber by short - sighted governments, multi - national logging companies and land owners.

A survey across the world this year and last year found that there was over 23 million killed each year.


(Comment on this: This figure is impossibly low, particularly when insects are considered. I think it's a safe bet that more than this number of insects are killed when a single acre of rainforest land is destroyed).
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I will talk about rain forest animals.



The Red-Eyed Tree Frog is located in Southern Mexico, Central
America including but not limited to Costa Rica, Honduras and
Panama, and northern South America.

Diet

Red-Eyed Tree Frogs are carnivorous and eat mostly insects,
including crickets. They will also feed on other smaller frogs.

Habitat

Red-Eyed Tree Frogs inhabit lowland rainforest areas near
ponds, streams and rivers. The Red-Eyed Tree Frog will be
found near water sources that its offspring, tadpoles, will need to
survive.

Size and Description

Red-Eyed Tree Frogs will grow to be 2 cm (males) and 3 -4 cm
(females) in length. The Red-Eyed Tree Frog is well known for
its bulging red eyes and beautiful blue streaks and orange toes.
When the Tree Frog sleeps it hides its sharp colors, but if it
runs from a predator the bright colors may confuse or disinterest
the predator. Like many Tree Frogs, the Red-Eyed Tree Frog
has suction cups on its toes that enable it to climb trees and on
leaves.

Reproduction

Red-Eyed Tree Frogs will lay clutches of eggs on the underside
of leaves that are standing above a water source. When the
eggs hatch the fluid that was inside the eggs assist in washing
the tadpoles down into the water.



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Diet


Gorillas eat mostly leaves, fruit and bark.



Habitat

Gorillas live in the forests and mountains of Central
Africa, sometimes at very high altitudes.


Size

The size of a gorilla is:

Approximately 350 - 400 lbs for males.
Approximately 175 - 200 lbs for females.
Height is from 5.5 ft to 6 ft.*


Reproduction

Gorillas have a pregnancy period of 8 to 9 months and
have one offspring (appx 4 lbs).
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Toucans are located in Central and South America in
tropical and sub-tropical rainforests.


Diet

Toucans will eat mostly small fruit and sometimes
insects.


Habitat

Toucans live in holes of hollow trees.


Size

Toucans can grow to be about 33 - 65 centimeters in
height.*


Reproduction**

The female Toucan lays about 2 - 4 eggs per year.
On the next paragraph I will be providing you with a list of the most unique animals in the rain forest anmials.
I can make a sum about what read .
some rainforests have already been completely destroyed, along with all their animal life . The largest remaining areas of the rainforest are in south, central america, mostly in the amazon basin and brazil, which has a third of all
rainforest left in the world. Almost half of the worlds rainforests have been cut down . In the worlds rainforests have
been cut down in the last fifty years and the clearance continues.In 1989 rainforests were disappearing at 60
acres ever min.We are losing earths greatest biological treasures just as we are beginning to appreciate their
true vaiue.Rainforests once covered 14% of earths land surfae now they cover a mere6% and experts estimate that the last remaining rainforest could be consumed in less than 40 years. One and one -half acres of rainforst are lost every second with tragic consequences for both developing and indistrial countries. Rainforests are being destroyed because the value of rainforest land is perceived as only the value of its timber by short - sighted governments, multi-national logging companies and land owners. There were an estimated ten million indians living in the amazonian rainforest five ccnturies ago. Today there are less than 200,000.

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WHAT ARE RAINFORESTS?f


Tropical rainforests are forests with tall trees, warm climates, and lots of rain. In some rainforests it rains more than one inch nearly every day of the year!
Rainforests are found in Africa, Asia, Australia, and Central and South America. The largest rainforest in the world is the Amazon rainforest in South America.

WHERE ARE RAINFORESTS LOCATED?


Rainforests are found in the tropics, the region between the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn, just above and below the Equator . In this tropic zone the sun is very strong and shines about the same amount of time every day all year long, keeping the climate warm and relatively stable.
Many countries have tropical forests. The countries with the largest areas of tropical forest are (in order):
  1. Brazil
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  2. Congo (Democratic Republic)
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  3. Peru
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  4. Indonesia
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  5. Colombia
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Other countries that have large areas of rainforest include Bolivia, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Ecuador, Gabon, Guyana, India, Laos, Malaysia, Mexico, Myanmar, Papua New Guinea, Republic of Congo, Suriname, and Venezuela.
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Rain Forest Animals
Amphibians

Poison Dart Frog
Red-Eyed-Tree-Frog

Arthropods

Blue Morphy Butterfly

Leaf cutter Ant
Queen Alexandra's Bird wing Butterfly

Mammals

Bengal Tiger
Carapace
Common Chimpanzee
Gorilla
Jaguar
Lat Gibbon
Lemur
Okapi.
Orangutan
Sinkiang
Spider Monkey

Reptiles

Anaconda
Black Caiman
Boa Constrictor
Gabon Viper
Reticulated Python

Aquatics

Manatee
Piranha

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My, my my... there ARE a lot of you out there writing reports on the rainforest!! We know because we get so many emails from students looking for help, asking questions or just saying thanks for all the information on our website. We think this is absolutely wonderful! Our young people today are our future for tomorrow and you CAN play a vital role in saving our rainforests now and as our future leaders!
ropical rainforests are found close to the equator. Temperate rainforests are found along coasts in the temperate zone, such as the Pacific Northwest of the USA. Both are endangered!