Temperate Woodland/Shrubland

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Aaron Martin
Aaron Kidd
Hunter Dailey
Nick Carter
Botany(Plant Life)
•Plants
•Rosemary
•Shrubs
•Acicia
•Chamise
•Cork
Oak
•Thyme
•Flowers
•Orange Flowers on the
Tulip Tree
•Red Flowers On the
Redbud Tree
Q. What type of plants are in this biome?
•A. Rosemary, Shrubs, Acicia, Chamise
•Q.
What type of Flowers
•A. Tulips, Red Bud.
Vegetation
•Grass
Tall to Short.
Prairie, Pampas, Steppe.
•Sod
Farming Grass,
Sprases, Bushes
•Occasional
Some areas.
Trees in
Animals
•Black
Bear
•Brown Bear
•Mallard Duck
•Muskrat
•Red Fox
•Red Tailed Hawk
•Turkey
•White Tailed Deer
•Fact:
The Majority of
animals in this biome are
major herbivores
Q. What type of Animals?
A. Bears, Mallard Duck, Turkey, Muskrat.
Q. Are most animals Herbivores?
A. Yes.
Climate
•The
average Temperature
in The Temperate
Woodland/Shrubland is
75 degrees (24 Degrees
Celsius)
•It
can get up to 86
Degrees (30 Degrees
Celsius) depending on
Altitude
•Woodland/Shrubland
get up to 2-5 Feet of
Precipitation (Both rain
and snow) Humidity 60 to
80 Percent
Q. What is the average Temperature in Shrublands
A. 75 Degrees(24 Degrees Celsius)
Q. What human activities have changed the Temperate
Woodland the most
A. Logging, Hunting, fire Suppression.
Geography
Region/Distribution-Central
North America, Parts of
Africa, Australia, South
America.
Other: Most North America
grasslands have been
converted to agriculture
fields.
Wild Grazers replaced by:
Cattle, Sheep.
The habitat covers 20 Percent
of the 48 States and is
Degraded in quantity
Q. What Continents have Temperate woodland?
A. North America, South America, Africa, Asia.
Q. How much Percent Does it Cover of the 48 States
A. 20 Percent
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