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REFERENCE

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Image Sources

 

Watch a Video

 

What is Our Biome?

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Forest

Deciduous forest: A web page full of images and graphs as well as text about temperate deciduous forests from Marietta College's biology department.


Student-friendly temperate deciduous forest page: This is a student friendly web page on temperate forests, from the University of California at Santa Barbara.


Information about temperate deciduous forests: A page full of information on temperate forests. Click on the links to the left side to learn more about animals and plants who live here.

 

Prairie

Information about grasslands: A page full of information on grasslands. Click on the links to the left side to learn more about animals and plants who live here.

Student-friendly grassland page: This is a student friendly web page on grasslands, from the University of California at Santa Barbara.

 

 

Swamp

Find Information On Web Sites - General

The links in this box will bring you to pages with information on many different biomes. Click on the one you're learning about. The boxes below have information about specific ecosystems. 

Desert

Information about deserts

Here is some information about deserts.

Rainforest

Student-friendly rainforest page: This is a student friendly web page on rainforests, from the University of California at Santa Barbara.

Information about the rainforest: A page full of information on rainforests. Click on the links to the left side to learn more about animals and plants who live here.

Images of the rainforest: Along with information on the rainforest gathered during a trip to Costa Rica, you will find many images that show some of the plant and animal life who live there. This page is from Marietta College's biology department.

Endangered Animals Game: Sheppard Software's rainforest animal activity.
      

    Savanna

    Endangered Animals Game: Sheppard Software's savanna animal activity.

    A-Z Animals: Grassland: Facts and information about grasslands.

        
       

      Mountain

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