Posts Tagged ‘Tropical Rainforest Food Chain’
Temperate Rainforest Food Chain
The grassland biome is an ecosystem wherein the vegetation is usually dominated by various type of grasses, some as tall as 5-6 ft, and shrubs. This biome is broadly categorized into two sub-divisions on the basis of the latitudinal location – the tropical grasslands (located in the tropical region) and temperate grasslands (located in the temperate region). When we talk about the grassland biome, we most often picture African Savannah or American Prairies. While Savannah is an example of tropical grassland biome, the Prairie is an example of temperate grassland biome and both these biomes differ from each other Read the rest of this entry »
Tropical Rainforest Food Pyramid
Mexico, bordered in the south by Guatemala and Belize and in the north by the United States of America, covers several thousand square miles and is divided into 31 states and the federal districts. The Sea of Cortes, the Pacific Ocean, the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico surround it.
Mexico is rich in, history, traditions art and religion and offers a complete tourist infrastructure. Mexico is a diverse country that hosts one of the archaic cultures of the Olmecan tribe, around 1500 years BC.
Mexico is famous for its Read the rest of this entry »
Amazon Rainforest Food Chain
Fleas and Ticks are most active in the rainy months of April and May. This year however the rain keeps falling, thus extending the season!
Your “best friend” depends on you to keep him happy and healthy! You may think that your puppy or dog is free of fleas and ticks, but every time you take him out to potty or for his walk he is at risk of picking up a “flealoader” sorry I couldn’t resist. Vets recommend using a topical treatment all year around. I know many people choose not to use Flea and Read the rest of this entry »
Tropical Rainforest Food Webs
Dominica, West Indies is located in the Caribbean. Dominica is one of the few places in the world where the coral is in beautiful, perfect condition. Dominica is a beautiful island with a high mountain range, underwater hot springs, waterfalls, tropical rain forest and lush vegetation. This island offers an escape into tranquility and peace.
The Commonwealth of Dominica is often mistaken for the Dominican Republic. Dominica is pronounced Domineeca. The language of this island is English although Creole is also widely spoken. The Dominica West Indies is located in the eastern chain of Windward Isles. In 1978 Dominica gained its Read the rest of this entry »