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FC: Temperate Deciduous Forest

1: Animals

2: Giant Panda a large black-and-white herbivore of bamboo forests of China and Tibet considered a member of the bear family.

3: Saker Falcon The Saker falcon is a very large falcon. This species breeds from eastern Europe eastwards across Asia to Manchuria.

4: Crescent Ibis This species has become endangered,now limited to a single area, where it has an small population. Although its population continues to increase, and there are now perhaps more than 250 mature individuals.

5: Golden Monkey Deep in the remote forests of southwestern China lives the rare Golden (or snub-nosed) monkey. Their human-like features have made them the subject of legends in China.

6: Red Panda reddish-brown Old World raccoon-like omnivore; in some classifications considered unrelated to the giant pandas

7: Snow Leopard a large feline that lives in the snowy regions of China, usually identified by it's snow like camouflage

8: White Tailed Deer found throughout the entire world a very common animal to see, and very popular to hunt. Most deer are found in the coniferous and deciduous forests

9: South China Tiger The South China Tiger is the most critically endangered of all of the living tiger subspecies. It distribution ranges throughout the humid forests and grasslands of central and eastern China.

11: Geography

13: Temperate Deciduous Forest Usually in areas with rain, cool temperature, with 4 distinct seasons. These forests are found in North America, Europe and Asia. | Chinese Temperate Deciduous Forest The temperate deciduous forest of China is located on the northeastern side. Stretching from the coast to the middle of China. The climate experiences cold and dry winters, and hot and moist summers. it's annual precipitation receives 30 to 70 inches. Winter temperatures are about 25 to 45 degree F, and summer temperatures average to be 75 to 90 degrees F. There are 4 distinct seasons. China's lowest point to the highest point of elevation is 500 to 10,000 ft. \\\\\\\\\\

15: Plants

16: Beech Tree Is a tree in the deciduous forest native to Europe and china. The leaves are wide and dark green. And produce two types of flowers. The bark is small and gray. And sometimes it produces small fruit.

17: Elm Tree Is a full and green tree that is in deciduous forest mostly in china and North America. They shoot chambered pith, a character shared with the wing nut

18: Apple Tree The apple is the Pomaceous fruit rose family. It is one of the most widely cultivated tree fruits, and the most widely known of the many members of Genusmalus that are used

19: Mushroom A mushroom is the fleshy, body of a fungus, typically produced above ground its food source

20: Maple Tree Maple trees are very common in the deciduous forest. Some reach 15-20 feet in size. Maple trees have clusters of green flowers at the end of the branch. The flowers stand straight, unlike other trees flowers, which generally hang down. syrup). This tree is the dominate plant.

21: Chinese Red Pine A pine native to China's deciduous forest. It is shiny green with pine like needles. Medium sized evergreen. It is used for artificial vanilla flavoring

23: Oak Tree Is a shrub or tree in the deciduous forest. It grows acorns, and produces much pollen.

25: Environment

26: Environmental Issues of the Deciduous Deforestation a) The forests are cut down and have gone from 10% land cover to 4% in 30 years. b) When forests are cleared for agriculture the desert spreads through it because there are no trees to stop it; this is call desertification. c) Animal's habitats are destroyed and when the animals can't adapt they die. This endangers many animals in China. d) Cutting down trees depletes the resources and is leaving china barren of natural resources e) Cutting down trees depletes the resources and is leaving China barren of natural resources

27: Water Pollution a) The Yangtze River is a big part of the deciduous forest. b) It is used as an open sewage system and factories dump all their waste into the Yangtze. c) This makes most of the water undrinkable and unusable. d) Animals and humans alike can die from drinking water from the Yangtze. Desertification a) 30% of china is covered in desert. b) The drought in China has forced farmers to go bankrupt and lose their homes. c) China's desertification also causes air pollution and water pollution from the dust storms that it blows up.

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