How are rainforest animals adapted to their environment?
Each rain Forest animal has its own unique way of adapting to the Environment. Consider the two animals below,
Flying Squirrel - Can spread out into a kite-like shape that is effective in flying from one tree to another, thus covering a large distance in a short period of time. It also in this way protected from most of it's predators that are evidently found at the Forest Floor.
Chameleons - They utilise the diverse coloura of the forest to camouflage for Defence and Food.
In the following paragraphs we will talk about jungle vegetation and wildlife.
Most of the tropical rain forests are the place to find numerous wildlife. A common estimation is that nearly half of the planet's animal types are normally found in tropical rain forests. The tropical rain forests are definitely the oldest environments on the planet. The heat within these tropical rain forests is about 75-80 degrees all year round. Together with this kind of climate it's easy for the jungle wildlife to endure even throughout the very cold or even in the summer season.
Source: http://www.amazonrainforestanimals.org/ … important/
by Mikil Kumar Narayani2 years ago
Do you agree that some animals are more adapted to live rather than human beings ?
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What kind of wildlife especially animals do you see in your natural environment area?
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Where is the biggest rainforest?
by MercuryNewsOnline7 years ago
I have lived and worked with Philippine tribes for more than five years and observed their spiritual connection and respect for the forest. I was in awe when an elder told me one day that the animals, birds and insects...
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