Animals

Animals

Deciduous Forest Team C By: Lauren Dougherty Rachel Serratore Dom Peirce Richard Cartier Sasha Zilbershot Location South

East of North America South East of Australia West of Europe East of Asia South of South America Location Seaso ns

Climate 4 season Winter Summer

Spring Summer The winter spring summe r

fall temperature years is 6c 28c Precipitation every year is 115cm Slightly rainy and hot Plants and Adaptations The

layers are: Leaf litter Humus Humus with minerals Minerals with little humus Bedrock

Common plants: Oak trees Ferns

Rhododendrons Hydrangeas Plants and Adaptations Plants are:

beautiful Colorful Low on land Animals Reptiles Deer Birds Bears Owls Raccoon

Adaptations Raccoons and their learning ability Deer have fur to help them against the cold Bear can hibernate Birds can migrate Reptiles hibernate in the mud Owls can turn their head so they can

see danger Baby dear Environmental Issues Acid rain Cutting trees Animals Rely on trees Oxygen

Cleared for farm land

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