100 Facts Rainforests – Bitesized Facts & Awesome Images to Support KS2 Learning

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100 Facts Rainforests – Bitesized Facts & Awesome Images to Support KS2 Learning

100 Facts Rainforests – Bitesized Facts & Awesome Images to Support KS2 Learning

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There are four layers in a tropical rainforest biome (Forest Floor, Understory Layer, Canopy Layer, and Emergent Layer) and there are animals that have adapted to living in each one (or more) of these layers.

Fact 31: A slice of the rainforest, approximately equivalent to the size of rainforest destroyed each second, which is equivalent to 86,400 football fields of rainforest each day, which is equal to 31 million football fields of rainforest each year.

If you think about how much of an impact the rainforests actually have on our life, even if we don’t live anywhere near a rainforest, you will really see the importance of keeping them around. Ecosystem: an ecological community; complete with plants, animals, and its physical environment (soil, water, air etc.

Sometimes they need to travel 200 feet, equal to an average human walking about 6 miles with 5,000 lbs. Fact 12: Over 2000 types of plants that you find in the rainforest can be used to help aide in cancer treatment because they have anti-cancer properties. Through learning about the challenges faced by the rainforest’s ecosystem, you can educate others to support reforestation and conservation efforts. The reason there are so many animals inhabiting the worlds tropical rainforest is that the conditions are optimal for survival. Fact 16: There were around 6 million square miles of rainforest in the beginning, but now because of deforestation, there is only less than half of that still found in the world.The Kodkod (Leopardus guigna ), a feline the size of a domestic cat, is currently listed as vulnerable by the IUCN as its population is decreasing. Policymakers and companies are increasingly valuing rainforests for the services they afford, setting aside large blocks of forests in protected areas and setting up new financial mechanisms that compensate communities, state and local governments, and countries for conserving forests. A free trade agreement with China is awaiting approval in Ecuador’s National Assembly, but some lawmakers are reluctant to pass it due to new policies that could lead to pollution, deforestation and a decline in endangered species populations. Information is accompanied by amazing illustrations and photographs that put unbelievable facts into context for young learners.

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