Oleanders Essay

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Corsican hares prefer bushy areas with alternating clearings and not close to sea level. They may also live by cropland, Mediterranean vegetation, and forests. Italian hares are nocturnal, foraging in the night, and staying in the home during the day. Sardinian long-eared bat The long eared bat likes to hang out in deep heavily filled woods and in caves with low areas. The caves also allow for the bats to hear better to find more food. Apennine shrew The Apennine shrew lives in…show more content…
They should be grown in moist soil. They can be grown in small areas, not in wooded areas, around creeks and ponds. Gentiana Gentianas grow around short grasses on stoney hill sides and mountains. They like a lot of sunlight and most of the time they live in crop fields. Climate Overview Of The Milan Area The city has four distinct seasons. Winter is from December to February and is always very wet and gray, the temperature is normally around freezing; (0 °C or 32 °F). On most days the sun is a no show and fog is very common. It normally snows at least once during this season but quickly melts. Spring is after winter, March to May. It starts as a pretty cold season (30-55°F) with a lot of rainfall. As it gets closer to summer it starts get warmer and near the end of spring there is many afternoon thunderstorms. The beginning of summer is always super hot and muggy (90-110°F). Summer is June to August and the sun is always shining and there is little to no wind, it gets very humid. Thunderstorms in the evening/afternoon are not unusual. Ater summer come autumn, September to October. In the beginning of autumn the weather is very warm (80-90°F). It becomes cold very quickly and autumn is the rainiest season of the year. The amount of sunshine in Milan is very low and when the sun does come out it is very weak and misty. What Biome is Milan
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