amazon forest

this is the amazon forest and it is located in brazil and its so big that it spreads through south America also. there is a lot of trees and greenery in this rain forest for animals to get around on if there was not any trees and plants in the forest these animals would not be able to survive they use it for habitat and  food and transportation .There is a lot of dangers like Brazilian spider and raddle snakes and electric eels also poisons dart frog there is a lot more dangers species but that's all I am  going to name there is also good species in this rainforest like spider monkeys golden lion and also sloths  of the  20% of the world’s  bird species live in the Amazon rainforest

10% world’s known species live in the Amazon rainforest


this is a example of a biotic element.  there are also plants that are biotic like trees and plants and insects and reptiles e.g spider monkeys  blue tong frogs trees and plants jagwiar and anacondas

this is an example of a abiotic elemant rocks  pebbels sun and rain but  there is not a lot of abiotic element in the amazon rain forests

this is a example of a food web first are the producers some of them are Brazil nuts and jack fruit then you have the primary consumers some of the are monkeys and sloths  and next is primary consumers which are Jaguar and boa constrictors and last is scavenger which is butterflies and other insects.

tis is a interaction when a biotic things and abiotic things work together to make something this example is rain (abiotic) helps makes plants (biotic) grow .

this is bad human impact people like us are cutting down trees in the rainforest and minimizing the amount of habitat and food for animals and that is not good .

this is a baby sloth .why is this  good human impact well the humans aren't taking the  animals and so that means there can be more animals in the rainforest to live and have a impact on the population on the amazon rain forest.

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