S: Brooklyn, Abby, Jesse, and Bradley
BC: Welcome To Wild China
FC: Chinese Deciduous Forest: the land around us
1: Welcome to Wild China and all of its beauty
3: Red Pandas are about the size of a domestic cat and weigh about 7-14 lbs. | These adorable endangered omnivores are sometimes confused with raccoons because of their bushy, striped tails that help their balance
4: These dingo-like dogs are Asiatic wild dogs. They are also known as dholes and are in the wolf family. They eat and regurgitate for their pack. | Ticks live on wolves and wild dogs, like your dogs at home.
5: Since they are in the wolf family, they are carnivores. | In this picture, a pack of Asiatic wild dogs eat together. | Their colors are gray, brick red, and light tan. Usually their color depends on where they live.
6: The Tufted Deer is called that for it's small antlers that are commonly mistaken for tufts of fur. Central, eastern, southern China and northern Myanmar is where these adorable animals can be found. Ticks live on deer and that is parasitism. | These animals are normally loners, but they sometimes can be found with two in a group.
8: South China tigers are amazing carnivores that can run up to 35 mph. They are predators and eat sheep or goats. Symbiosis- Ticks live on them.-parasitism. | The Giant Panda is an endangered animal in China. The majority live in the coniferous forest, but some live in the deciduous. Giant pandas have large bones in their wrists to handle their bamboo. A bug would live on a panda and suck it's blood. That would be parasitism. | Golden monkeys, or snub-nosed monkeys live in a group with 600 other monkeys and split up during the harder winter months. They are found in southwest China and their long tails are 55-97 cm. long. Bugs live on the monkeys and then get eaten by the monkeys. | The Malayan porcupines live in burrows they dig themselves. They typically eat fruits that have fallen, roots, tubers, and bark. They live in southern and central China as well as other places throughout Asia. In their bodies, they have beneficial bacteria that makes them mutually healthy.
9: These amazing animals help make up the deciduous forests in China. These animals are... Malayan porcupine, Red panda, Sika deer, tufted deer, Asiatic Wild dog, Rhesus Macaque, Giant Panda, red crowned crane, South China tiger, and Golden monkeys.
10: The red crowned crane is an endangered omnivore. It eats fish, and small rodents. \\ | Ticks and other blood-sucking bugs live on birds, such as the red crowned crane and that is parasitism.
11: The red crowned crane mates for life. It's wingspan is about 2.5 meters long. | They live in Mongolia, but migrate to China.
12: Sika Deer use to thrive in China and be happy and healthy.Now, they traded Japan for China because of deforestation and hunting. Some places in China, you can still find these strong creatures. They are herbivores, so they eat flora like grass and leaves. But don't worry, these adorable animals aren't close to extinction. They have annoying bugs like ticks that are always on them and that would be parasitism.
13: The Rhesus Macaque is a hungry monkey because they eat a variety of 92 plants along with leaves, buds, roots, fruits, gums, resin, clover, seeds, bark, and bite-size invertebrates. They live in Afghanistan, India, Southern China and Thailand. Their rear and face are red/pink. These monkeys (like others) pick bugs off of them and the bugs eating them is parasitism.
15: Where is China's Deciduous forest? The deciduous forest is in the northeastern part. What is the climate there? During the day, 30 degrees C winter time is severe arctic weather. They have all the seasons. The elevation is low lands China's deciduous forest usually gets 50 cm. of rainfall every year.
16: china's environmental problems are peaking air and water pollution are major problems and because of these much of china has turned into desert
17: These small oval like objects are dead fish
18: The future of this biome is not great sounding. Our group environmentalist says that the people of CHina aren't doing much to protect this natural habitat. If more deforestation occurs, the Chinese people might lose their sika deer.
20: China is home to many plants.
21: There are other kinds of Chinese plants, like the big, tough, Chinese pistache. Also the Ox-lip flower (right and above the Asian ginseng) is a very "hungry" flower, and requires a lot of calcium and proteins to survive. | China is home to many different species of plants, including the pine tree, the oak tree, the spruce, the ash tree, the Manchurian elm, the Manchurian walnut, the painted trillium, bush clover, and last but not least, the ox-lip flower.