What are some rainforest foods?
There are bananas, nuts, cashews, avocados, mangoes, pineapples, coconuts, figs, oranges, lemons, grapefruit, bananas, salsa, guavas, kola nut (is used to flavour soft drinks) and tomatoes; vegetables including corn, potatoes, rice, winter squash and yams; spices like black pepper, cayenne, chocolate, cinnamon, cloves, ginger, eggplants, sugar cane, tumeric, coffee and vanilla and nuts.
Please help us save the rainforests!! So the animals won't lose their homes and get extinct!!
There is the Daintree rainforest, The Amazon, The Minnamurra rainforest, West Africa rainforest, Central Africa,Southern Africa rainforest,South Asia rainforest,Southeast Asia rainforest, Pacific rainforest, Central America rainforest, Caribbean rainforest, South America, Cairns (tropical), Mackay (tropical), Strahan (temperate)there is a list of some of the areas were rain forests are and some rainforests too
There are rainforests found all over the world. Some of the biggest are the Pacific Temperate Rainforest, the Sinharaja Forest Reserve, the Santa Elena Cloud Forest Reserve, the Kinabalu National Park, the Tongass National Forest, the Southeast Asian Rainforest, the Daintree Rainforest, the Valdivian Temperate Rainforest, the Congo Rainforest, and the Amazon Rainforest.
Adaptations are special features that allow a plant or animal to survive in a particular location. Animals that are adapted to life in the rainforest must be able to handle a lot of rainfall in an area with a tremendous amount of plants. They should be able to eat foods no other animal could and they are adapted to handle very warm temperatures.
There are a bunch of different species in the tropical rainforest. There are different types of monkeys, plants, and birds. There are also some crazy animals that live high up near the canopy and some on the bottom [floor] of the rainforest. More than 5o% of animals live in a rainforest so what happens if they cut down the rainforest?
There are many types of lemurs, and some live in different layers of the rainforest than others. For example, the ring-tailed lemur spends much of its time in the understory, or ground level, of the rainforest, although it does spend some time in the canopy. The ruffed lemur, however, lives in the canopy, or the tops of the large rainforest trees.