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Tropical Rainforests

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  • Tropical Rainforests

  • Tropical Rainforests: LocationTropical rainforests are located equator. Fifty seven percent of all tropical rainforests are found in Latin America. One third of the world's tropical rainforests are in Brazil. Other tropical rainforests are located in Southeast Asia and the Pacific Islands (25% of the world's tropical rainforests) and West Africa (18%).

    Tropical rainforests are located near the

  • Tropical Rainforests: ClimateTropical rainforests are very lush and wet.

    Rainfall falls regularly throughout the year. The tropical rainforest receives 80-400 inches of rainfall per year.

    Tropical rainforests are warm and moist.

  • Tropical Rainforest: Living OrganismsThere are many different organisms that provide energy in a tropical rainforest. There are many different species of plants. For example, there are wild orchids, bamboo, banana trees, coconut trees, durian, and different types of moss. There is also a huge variety of animals in the tropical rainforest. Some of which include club-horned grasshoppers, parrots, chimpanzees, toucans, blue and gold macaws, red-eyed tree frogs, ball pythons, jaguars

  • Tropical Rainforest: How Energy Flows Through an EcosystemEvery living thing needs energy in order to grow and live. Plants use sunlight, water and nutrients to get energy. This process is called photosynthesis.Plants are the producers. Animals get energy from the food they eat. They are called consumers.A food chain and food web shows how each living thing gets food, and how energy are passed from creature to creature. Food chains begin with plant-life, and end with animal-life.


  • Tropical Rainforest: Food Web

  • Tropical Rainforest: ConclusionA tropical rainforest has many different types of organisms that provide energy in the ecosystem. Energy helps the living organisms in an ecosystem to survive. Producers get energy by making their own food and consumers eat other organisms for energy. Without the flow of energy, organisms will die. This dependence on other organisms for food leads to feeding relationships that interconnect all living things in an ecosystem.