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    Biomes In The Tundra

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    Biomes are a large community of flora and fauna occupying a major habitat. There are nine major biomes in the world which include; tundra, taiga, temperate forest, tropical forest, desert, savanna, chaparral, freshwater, and marine/salt water. “All of the biomes need to be protected over the past several years, human activity has destroyed, exploited, or polluted many of the biomes.” They are spilt in three regions, temperate, tropical, and polar. And have two broad habitat types, terrestrial and

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    Texas Biomes

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    different biomes structures we have in the state of Texas. The first biome I am going to discuss is the Central Prairies and Woodlands biome. This biome is located in the middle of biome 2 and 3 covering all of the coastal area from the Gulf of Mexico. The precipitation gradient in this area is the highest in the state of Texas. Averaging from 75-115 cm/yr. this concludes that it’s a high precipitation area which means that the land in that area is green and hydrated. Since this biome extends from

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    Tundra Biomes

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    Biomes are regions of the world with similar climate (weather, temperature) animals and plants. And in this project on biomes i will be talking about one type of biome and that is tundra. Tundra is the coldest of all the biomes. Tundra comes from the Finnish word tunturia, meaning treeless plain. It is noted for its frost-molded landscapes, extremely low temperatures, little precipitation, poor nutrients, and short growing seasons. Dead organic material functions as a nutrient pool. The

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    The Tundra Biome

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    we watched a film explaining the wonders of the tundra biome. Tundra refers to the treeless plains that are most commonly characteristic of the cold environment of arctic and sub-arctic regions. They make up 1/5, or 20%, of the Earth’s surface. The word tundra originated and derived from the Finnish word "Tunturia" which means 'treeless heights,' which applies perfectly to tundra and its lack of large trees. When one refers to the tundra biome, they thinks about the characteristics of location containing

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    Biomes of the World Essay

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    A biome, also known as life zones, consists of all plants, animals, and other organisms, as well the physical environment in a particular area. A biome is characterized by its’ plant life, climate, and location. The climate and physical features determine the boundaries of a biome. A biome is made up of many different ecosystems. The ecosystems tend to have the same pants and animals as neighboring biomes around the boundaries. The major biomes are the tundra, taiga, tropical rain forest, temperate

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    Tropical Rain Biome

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    The biome I chose was the tropical rain forest. The tropical rain forest has lots of dangerous and interesting animals. The tropical rain forest has a 70-85F weather all year long. The climate is warm but damp and wet. Tropical rain forests can be found between 30N- 30S. The tropical rain forest is full of life providing a habitat for lots of plants, flowers, and trees. The rain forest has a lot of dangers such as rainfall= 80-400 inches of rainfall per year. The tropical rain forest is a great place

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    dominated biome, commonly known as the tropical rainforest, inhabits the most known and unknown plant and animal species in the world. The biome is located at the lower end of the equator, which brings constant warm and wet weather conditions during the daytime. Many tropical rainforests are located in the Central America and Australia regions. Overall, the Tropical Rainforest has great biodiversity and constant temperatures that make it such a distinct biome. As a result of the biomes location

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    Biomes are all over the world, that’s why they are considered the “world’s major communities.” Biomes are large areas scattered around the earth, filled with animals and plants acclimating to their environments. You can classify biomes in many different ways, by their climate, their biodiversity, human activity, their animals and plants, and their habitats. There are only five conspicuous types of biomes, Grassland, Tundra, Desert, Aquatic, and forest. Without biomes, the earth would be unbalanced

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    Deciduous Forest Biome

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    Science ~ Temperate Deciduous Forest Biome Essay In the forests of Argentina where the trees stand tall and the soil is moist and fertile, live a variety of dwelling species who are extremely adaptive to the moderate and constant environment. The temperate deciduous forest has a great beauty and countless wonders that make it stand out from many other biomes. With its indifferent temperature and substantial habitats, many animals, like the crab-eating fox, are able to inhabit the environment

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    Deciduous Forest Biome

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    Science ~ Temperate Deciduous Forest Biome Essay In the forests of Argentina, where the trees stand tall and the soil is moist and fertile, live a variety of dwelling species who are extremely adaptive to the moderate and constant environment. The temperate deciduous forest has a great beauty and countless wonders that make it stand out from many other biomes. With its indifferent temperature and substantial habitats, many animals, like the crab-eating fox, are able to inhabit the environment

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