Temperate Rain Forest

By Aaliyah
About the Temperate Rain Forest

The Temperate Rain forest is ancient
and rare because it's hard to find and
and one of the oldest biomes in the
WORLD. The temperate rain forest
is located everywhere but mostly in
the pacific northwest.
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The Temperate Rainforest



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Temperate Rainforest Locations


Animals


The Black Tailed Deer

The Black tailed deer
is a type of species of
deer.It lives in the
western North America
mostly the Pacific North
west region.Most male
deers gain their antlers when
they become adults.
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A male Black Tailed Deer

River Otter

River otters are a sub species
of the otter.They are only
found in The United States
and Canadian waterways.
River Otters have existed for a
long time some fosils are found
from the Pleistocene period.
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A River Otter swimming in the river

Black Bear
The Black Bear is the most
common species of bears.It lives
through out North America from
Canada into Mexico this includes 41
our 50 states from the Atlantic to the
Pacific.
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A Black Bear sitting on a rock
Douglas Squirrel
The Douglas Squirrel is a type of pine
squirrel.Some people describe the Douglas
Squirrel as by far the most interesting thing of
California sciridade.
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A Duglass Squirell eating an acorn


Plants

Locust Tree
The Locust tree is native
to southeastern United
States but is planted in the
Temperate area.It grows
14-27m tall and the trunk is
0.8-1.6 diameters.
Locust Tree
Locust Tree


The Indian Paintbrush
The Indian paintbrush is a
member of the Figwort Family.
This is a very long, pale green,
red.
The Indian Paintbrush upclose
The Indian Paintbrush upclose

Ash Tree
The Ash tree is a deciduous
tree which means the leaves fall off.
It grows 20-30m tall execptionally to 50m
with a trunk that can be 0.5-1.8m diameters.
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The Ash tree
Tulip Tree
The Tulip tree is the tallest hardwood tree
in eastern North America, it can reach 200
feet in height.It has bright green leaves and
greenish yellow flowers.It is supposed to grow
rich,deep, and moist soil.The wood is soft and
weak.This tree is commonly found in bottom
lands.
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The Tulip tree


Food Chain


















TRF
Temperate Rainforest food chain


http://www.geog.ubc.ca/richmond/city/squirrels.htm
Douglas squirrel picture

http://www.washington.edu/burkemuseum/collections/mammalogy/mamwash/odhe.html
Black Tailed Deer

http://www.clayoquotbiosphere.org
Temperate Rainforest

http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/Image:Temperate_rainforest_map.png
Map

http://www.camelotbears.com/bears/black-bears/black_bears_about_us.html
Black Bear


http://www.dubuquechamber.com/chamber/press/photolib.cfm
River Otter

http://www.netstate.com/states/symb/trees/in_tulip_tree.htm
Tulip Tree

http://www.ipagan.co.uk/Tree_Of_The_Month_TheAsh.asp
Ash Tree

http://www.mooseyscountrygarden.com/driveway-garden/locust-tree-thorns.html
Locust Tree

http://www.sunriseseeds.com/Indian%20Paintbrush.0.html
The Indian Paintbrush