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Biomes

Parent Category: Ecosystems
A geographic area characterized by its climate, plant life and ecological community.
bacteria and worms yea i think tht ight
Reidi Seahorses, Coral beauty angelfish, Fire Coral and many more types of coral, algea and more
a place to find/get food from
Kalahari Desert & Richtersveld
It turns to water and sometimes methane gas is released.
The sandy region of the western Sahara in Mauritanian is called the  empty "quarter".
  == By who lives in it. ==     Examples:     Consumers, primary producers, decomposers, omnivores, carnivores, herbivores.  
Grasses and forbs are outstanding producers in Tundra .
The Kayapo honor the relationship between the environment and  people. In agriculture, they farm land for a few years and then  move to another area and farm it for a few years. In more recent  years, they have allowed mining and logging of the rain forests.
Certain cavys are found in the Sahara Desert like the desert rodent  but not all kinds of cavys as the scorching heat of the sun in  Sahara is too much for a cavy.
About 90'' of potatoes on the coastal regions.
A buttercup is one such flower. Dandelion is another.
they have moved to the cities because the wanted to search for diffrent economic opportunities
It just want be moist. Let it happen. It will come for you.
There are many, many many types of vegetation in the Amazon basin, from orchids and bromeliads to a native tropical fruit tree called the abiu. Much of the vegetation in this region is unknown and yet to be discovered, so it's really hard to make a list of all the plant life of the Amazon Basin.
Tundra means an area where plants can't grow. Considereing there would be no plants in tundra, animals wouldn't react to them.
  == Answer ==     Actually they are referred to as "horizons" and there are four. Begining at the top level "O" and decending to the bottom level of bedrock "C". Now we have both learned a very interesting fact about our planet.
  Snails, slugs,  earthworms, bacteria, and mushrooms are some decomposers in the  Sahara desert.   
yes, the Sahara is the biggest desert
Following are the various types of names of grasslands available in  the continents present in the world.   1. prairie   2. Grasslands   3. Steppe   4. Pampas   5. Shrubland   6. Woodland   7. Savanna   8. Desert   9.Tundra
Rainforests are primarily cut down or burned by humans to clear land for agriculture and cattle pasture (by burning), timber harvesting for furniture or other products (by cutting). Rainforests may also be cleared for mining or roadbuilding.   A: The two main causes of deforestation in South...
(There are 4 layers). The Forest Floor is where most of the ground  animals and insects live.The Understory is where the snakes and  sloths live.The Canopy is where the monkeys and some birds live.And  the Emergent layer is where the birds live.
Because they like the light and there is no light in the  rainforest.
The canopy has the greatest volume of biomass. The soil is usually very low in nutrients because of the great need of the rainforest and uses the rotting debri very quickly. Hence the greatest volume of biomass is in a potential form in the canopy.
  Deer, squirrles, and gophers all eat plants in the redwood forests.
prairie dog and black-footed ferret are endangered animals might  live in prairie of USA.
The Great Barrier Reef is the largest coral reef ecosystem on earth  and one of the best managed marine areas in the world. At 348 000  square kilometres, the Reef is one of the richest and most diverse  natural ecosystems on Earth.    The unique qualities of this property were recognised in...
A third of new paper comes from recycled paper. Another third is from waste such as sawdust and scrap from lumber mills, according to the EP so the new trees only have to produce a third of the paper. A single tree can basically produce 10,000 - 20,000 sheets of standard A4 paper so I'd imagine ...
Sonoran Desert is the desert in North America which has Cacti.
  they each have different amounts of precipitation   they each have different amounts of precipitation
No. Both Giraffes and Zebras live in the Savannahs and Scrublands  of Africa. there is a subspecies of Zebra can even lives most (if  not all of) it's life in the desert.
Harpy Eagles and other birds live in the emergent layer. There are  also many different kinds of butterflies and insects. Many of these  animals are also found in the canopy of the rain forest. The birds  and insects are important because they help pollinate the rain  forest plants.
no there itsent because if there was thay wode of been on the news bye now
Tundra swans migrate for about 400 miles. Before it gets too warm,  tundra swans migrate from many different continents to the Arctic  Circle.
there are millions of animals in the rainforest
The Great Barrier Reef is in the South Pacific; specifically, it  is in the Coral Sea, which lies off the northeast coast of  Australia. It runs roughly parallel to the coast of Queensland. 
It's a desert! If you like deserts go ahead,but if you want to see scenery all you'll see there is sand.
gold,silver,copper,coal,rock,plastic,water
detachable leaves to conserve energy   tough bark to protect itself   seeds that can be carried by the wind   able to survive animals gouging a hole into it and making a nest
The savanna is the home to many animals and much wildlife.THE IMPORTANCE OF SAVANNA IS THAT ITS A GRASSLAND IN THE TROPICS OR Subtropics.
  Poor drainage. Wet lands can arise in any environment (save lake rivers and oceans) if this is a water influx, such as a river or seepage, and low loss.
It is because the Tundra is more up north and Toronto is more by the equator. And because there are ocean currents, that cause that
lynx, fox. and wolf
Rain forests are forests which are located in the equatorial  regions of the Earth. They have tall trees which have canopy not  allowing the sunlight to reach the surface. Hence, the rainwater  doesn't dries up creating swamps on the ground. They have creepers,  climbers, bushes, wild flowers...
ok if a frog has lived up to the age of 1 then it will die so if you see one dont keep it because it wont live for very long and if u ask this guy named thomas fordham then he will tell u and if breanna shcoley tells u this then tell her thjat she is smart or else she will bite ur finger off this...
Generally, they do not. Fires are started by a source of ignition, such as lightning or careless humans. High winds may knock down trees onto power lines, making enough heat to cause a fire. Winds provide additional oxygen to the fire, making it more intense and helping to spread the fire by...
A total of 3,064,000 live in Wales (2011).
Mostly in Central and South American rain forests.
You can get water in a desert when the rain is falling. Sometimes  there is also ground water you can dig for.
There are two general types of deserts:   Hot desert: Sahara, Mojave, etc.   Cold desert: Antarctica, Gobi, etc.
well since the trees are getting cut down, and trees produce oxyegon, there would probably not be enough air being produced, and of course since people need air, we would be killing ourselfs...
Most survive by eating bugs like most bats.
to talk to ohter animal
(Los) prados.It is either "las prados" or "las praderas". It could also be "las vegas", but that is closer to "the plains".
it causes animal habitats to be destroyed
there are both good and bad reason for living in the rainforest.good reason's:is that they provide us with food and shelter.they provide medicine from plants and animals.they give out fresh air.there will be much water for drinking.bad reason's:animals may attack those who living in rainforestthere...
the tundra is already a biome so there are no other biomes in the tundra.
Brown bears eat ground squirrels in the prairie.
i am pretty sure that it is like other deserts. for more information go to google.com!
The term forest wealth refers to the natural resources of woodland  regions. The wealth itself is not just limited to lumber but can  include flora and fauna and their critical habitat biomes.
These people move from 3-6 years. When they leave they do something called slash and burn. They cut down all plants and growth around where they have stayed then burn it all. They do this because the ash from the growth makes the ground more fertile allowing other plants to grow.
No, deserts are a hostile environment for population expansion.
bush is used in new zealand and forest is used in austrlia
The answer is: Deer, birds, squirrels, chimpmonks, rabbits, wolves, raccoons, bears, opossums, porcupines, bobcats, turkeys, lynxes!!!! :D
no deserts in the netherlands/holland
the stinging ants living in the thorns of the acacia tree to keep animals from eating the acacia's leaves
a freshwater pond is a pond with freshwater or NON- salt water
Go get a life and don't try to cheat by looking answers up on the computer.
European countries have the least amount of deserts.
it looks like a cool forest . it has greenary
by leaping from basically rock to rock and caches bugs with its  mouth
tails, thumbs, small, lithe bodies, and smartness.
The Arabian Desert covers nearly all of the Arabian Peninsula.
Well there are many reasons and one reason is to keep them nice and pretty and also for the bugs that live there so they can use them to live in or under or fpor the to eat. Very welcome to support you today.
Yaks prefer grassy plains, they cannot survive in coniferous forests
There is fairly diverse animal life in the tundra regions. There are three different tundra regions - arctic, alpine and antarctic. In these regions, tree growth is hindered due to extreme cold and the vegetation consists of grasses, mosses, short shrubs and lichens.In the arctic tundra, only 48...