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Random Facts! Location Animals and Plants The Food Chain! Abiotic/Biotic Factors !
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What is the Marine biome?
This is the largest biome in the world!
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What is the chapparal?
This biome is located in California and is not always recognized as a biome.
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What is the savanna?
The Jarrah tree is an example of a plant in this biome
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What is the freshwater biome?
In this food chain, the hawk eats the snake, the snake eats the bird, the bird eats the grasshopper, and the grasshopper eats the grass.
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What is the savanna?
Particularly during the dry season the soil becomes extremely unfertile and many of the small grasses and shrubs die off.


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What is the tropical dry forest and the desert?
What biomes have dry climates?
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What is the savanna and grassland?
These 2 biomes are located in Africa.
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What is the deciduous forest?
Grizzly bears, coyotes, and bald eagles are examples of animals in this biome
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What is the savanna?
The lion and other cats are at the top of this food chain.
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What is the tropical rainforest?
The combination of heat and moisture makes this the perfect environment for more then 15 million types of plants and animals.
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What is the deciduous forest?
The trees in this biome lose their leaves in the fall and winter!
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What is the freshwater biome?
These biomes are located all across the U.S.
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What is the tundra and polar ice biome?
The animals in these biomes have a lot of fur to keep them warm in the winters.
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What is the polar ice biome?
Algae is at the bottom of this food chain
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What is the taiga?
The Abiotic factors of this biome include:
Extreme variations of temperature.
Heavy snow fall
Poor and leached podzolized soils
Away from sea
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What is the coniferous forest?
These forests consist mainly of cone-bearing trees such as spruce, hemlock, and fir,
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What is the polar ice biome?
This biome is very cold and supports very little human life.
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What is the tropical rainforest?
The lemur, orangutan, and sloth are examples of animals in this biome.
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What is the snake?
In the freshwater biome example listed in question 1 of this category (hawk-> snake-> bird-> grasshopper-> grass) this would be considered the secondary consumer.
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What is the desert?
Plants and animals that live in this biome are conditioned to endure extreme temperatures with minimal water.
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What is the arctic tundra?
This is the earth's coldest biome. Since the sun does not rise for nearly six months of the year, it is not unusual for the temperature to be below -30°F in winter.
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What is the tropical dry and rain forest?
This biome is located in the southern hemisphere and is endangered.
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What is the tropical rainforest?
This biome grows in three levels. The canopy, or tallest level, has trees between 100 and 200 feet tall. They block most of the sunlight from the levels below. The second level, or understory, contains a mix of small trees, vines, and palms as well as shr
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What is the freshwater biome?
In this biome, the alligator would be considered the tertiary consumer.
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What is the marine and tropical rainforest biome?
You can only see through a few layers of these biomes and they are full of wildlife!






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