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  • Tropical Rainforest Essay

    The tropical rainforest is a wonderful place! There’s so many animals and plants… it’s overwhelming! In fact, there’s three of them around the world! There’s one in South America, one in Australia, and one in Indonesia. The most famous is the Amazon Rainforest in South America. In fact, the Amazon Rainforest is the biggest rainforest. Three biotic factors of tropical rainforests are animals, trees, and plants. In fact, the tropical rainforests have some of the most fascinating animals in the world! Like the Okapi, the Scarlet Macaw, the Green Anaconda, the Toucan, and many many more! But, lots of these animals are endangered. Like the Amur Leopard, the Black Rhino, the Sumatran Tiger, and many others. In order to save these animals, we need to…

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  • Threats To The Tropical Rainforest

    Over 75 million acres of planet Earth’s land belongs to the tropical rainforest. (Rainforests Facts the Nature Conservancy) The rainforest is home to many different species, which includes monkeys, snakes, birds, rodents, frogs and lizards. (Earth Floor: Biomes) Many things contribute as threats to this environment. Instead of having such a beautiful and vast area of nature, humans mostly contribute to having it otherwise. The rainforest has much to offer for today’s modern society; everything…

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  • Essay On Tropical Rainforests

    Tropical Rainforest Damage Tropical rainforests are home to over half the world 's species such as butterflies, spiders, worms, snakes, frogs, parrots, sloths, and jaguars. There’s three levels of the rainforest; the forest floor where plants don’t grow because there is almost no sunlight. Understory layer where little sunshine reaches this area so the plants need to have big leaves to capture sunlight. Canopy layer where most of the trees have oval leaves that are pointy. Then the tallest…

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  • Tropical Rainforest Deforestation

    Tropical deforestation is an issue that has plagued mankind since the beginning of time. It is an important component of global change and has a large influence on many different environmental issues we have today such as climate change and carbon emissions. Over a twelve year period that ended in 2012, 1.1 million km2 of tropical forest was lost, with the rate of forest loss increasing during this span. One of the largest and most biodiverse tropical forests’ in the world is the Amazon,…

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  • Ecosystems: Tropical Rainforest

    Chosen ecosystems: Tropical rainforest Describe where this type of ecosystem might be located. Name 1 specific example. Rainforests are found in the tropics; the region between the Tropic of Capricorn and the Tropic of Cancer, just below and above the equator. This is because at this region, the climate is warm and relatively stable since the sun is very strong and shines for the same duration throughout the year. The Amazon Rainforest in Brazil is a good example of a tropical rainforest…

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  • Ecotourism: A Tropical Rainforest

    be like with even less rainforests or possibly none at all? Well, if tropical rainforest deforestation doesn’t lessen then the world will soon find out. The rainforests are being cut down at an immensely dangerous rate and little to nothing is being done to grow the forests back up again. The rainforests are being destroyed and the impact of it is beginning to become awfully serious. Human beings must start using the rainforests more sustainably and efficiently or the effects may be…

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  • Climate Change In Tropical Rainforests

    Tropical rainforests are important as they are home to more than 2 million species, which represents over half of the world’s species of plants, animals, insects and a great variety of fungi. This also contributes to the huge biodiversity of the rainforests. The continuous canopy of the trees is a habitat for some species of plants to grow and animals can live in. Tropical rainforests are also home to indigenous people, who depend on the rainforests for their resources for survival. According…

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  • The Importance Of Animals In The Tropical Rainforests

    Each rainforest differs in the animals it inhabits. Some of the animals that can be found are insects, fish, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and mammals (EL, 2014: para.4). The animals live in the four layers of the rainforest. The Emergent layer: This is for animals such as parrots, vultures and eagles, macaws. The vultures help eat the dead animals which help keep the rainforest clean, the birds from this layer also help to create new plants in this rainforest by eating seeds then dropping them…

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  • Essay On Tropical Rainforest Biome

    The tropical rainforest climate is very diverse and interesting. The combination of the climate, vegetation, animals, and uses that the tropical rainforest provides is extensive. One day I will visit one of the few locations of the tropical rainforest, but first I need to know some basic information; where the tropical rainforest is located, the climate and weather, vegetation, animal life, production and people, and impact on the biome. This biome is located on the equator but doesn’t restrict…

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  • Tropical Rainforest Deforestation Essay

    Tropical Rainforests used to make up 12% of the earth's land but sadly because of deforestation it only makes up 6% of the earth's land. The tropical rainforests get their name from the yearly rain fall; an average of 392.5 cm of rain drowns the Tropical rainforests around the world, tropical rainforests are the home of half of the worlds animals and plants, 70% of the plants in Tropical Rainforests are trees, 40% of all the oxygen in the world gets produced in Tropical Rainforests around the…

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