Temperate forest

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Temperate forest

Lichen, mosses, ferns, and wildflowers are some of the plants that live on the forest floors. Maple, oak, birch, magnolia, sweet gum, and beech trees are all types of trees in temperate forests.

Mammals, reptiles, birds, and many different species of insects live in temperate forests. The most common mammals are deer, squirrels, and wild boar. An example of an omnivore is a raccoon, which eats plants or meat like fish. A deer is a herbivore because it eats plants like grass. A type of carnivore is a wolf, which eats animals like deer, moose, and bison.

Temperate Forest

Omnivore: An animal that eats plants and meat.Herbivore: An animal that only eats plants.Carnivore: An animal that only eats meat.Temperate: A region or climate characterized by mild temperatures.

The average temperature in a temperate forest is 50 degrees F. There are 4 seasons: winter, spring, summer, and fall. There is usually about 30 to 60 inches of precipitation a year.

The map above shows some of the locations of temperate forests. There are some located in every continent, except for Antarctica.

This is an example of a food chain in a temperate forest.





To the right is an example of a food web in a temperate forest.

Below is a red fox, which is a carnivore that lives in temperate forests. Red foxes eat squirrells, mice, rabbits, ect.

To the right is a video of owls hooting that I found on Youtube. Owls are carnivore-s. They eat animals like rabbits, birds, squirrells, and other owls.


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