CHAPARRAL BIOME

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by Madi246
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Environmental Studies
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CHAPARRAL BIOME

The Chaparral is globally important as it is California's last wilderness and home to many organisms that will not have any other place to live. They will eventually die.

CHAPARRAL BIOME!

-hiking-mountain biking-camping

-http://www.enchantedlearning.com/biomes/chaparral/chaparral.shtml-http://bifs-socstprojects.wix.com/californianchaparral#!the-global-importance-of-this-biome-http://library.thinkquest.org/C0113340/text/biomes/biomes.chaparral.plants.html#-http://www.californiachaparral.com/chaparralfacts.html-http://www.ri.net/schools/West_Warwick/manateeproject/chaparral/land.htm

By: Madison R. & Naomi

Weather:Winter-Moist and mild but not rainySummer-very dry and hotIt is usually mild but it can get very hot or nearly freezing.Average summer temperature: 64°F but can reach up to 100°F. Average winter temperature: 50°F.

Where is it!?-southern coast of California (USA)-the coastal areas of the Mediterranean -Sea the coast of Chile (South America) -the Cape region of South Africa-coastal Australia.

Plants:large shrubs, corn oak, scattered scrub, scotch bloom, wild olive trees, yellow gorse, small oaks, white shadbush

The land of the Chaparral biome is rocky and mountianous. They use them for old country wild wild west movies!

Animals:wren, cactus mouse, California quail, striped racer Snake, California thrasher , chipmunk, coyote, deer, deer mouse, fox, kangaroo rats, lizards, lynx, mountain lion, red diamond rattlesnake, orange-throated whiptail lizard, pocket mouse, rabbit, rattlesnake, spiders, spotted towhee, wood rats, wrentit, zebra swallowtail butterfly, Apennine wolf, beech-marten, deer, black stork, black vulture, dormouse, Egyptian mongoose, great bustard, hare, hedgehog, Iberian lynx, Spanish Imperial eagle, weasel, wild boar, wild goat, wild sheep, Chilean deer, huemul (South Andean deer) Australian brush-turkey, gray kangaroo, red-bellied pademelon, scrub-birds, scrub python, tammar (scrub or black-striped wallaby), scrubwren, thornbill, Cape sugarbird, sunbirds.

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