Alessandro Basilico Y7B- Biomes - Coggle Diagram
Alessandro Basilico Y7B- Biomes
There are three main aquatic biomes
The Freshwater biome, covers 20% of the Earths surface. It is mainly moving water so it includes: Ponds, Lakes and Rivers.
The Marine biome, occupies 3\4 of theEarth's surface. It includes: Oceans, Seas, Estuaries and Coral Reefs.
There are seven main terrestrial biomes.
Deciduous forest has trees who lose their leaves in the winter. The forest has four seasons Spring, Summer, Winter and Fall
Temperate Grasslands have few trees and flowers and a huge quantity of grass (Short and Long grass).
Tropical forest are more common near the Equator. They are filled with a huge variety of animals and a thick vegetation.
The Savanna is a mix of shrubs, trees and grass. The savanna is filled with animals, who mostly migrate during the year.
The Desert biome is the hottest and driest biome of them all and has specialy adapted flora and fauna.
The Taiga is the largest terrestrial biome with cold and long winters and with short and lukewarm summers
The Tundra is a snowy and treeless biome and is divided in two parts: Arctic and Alpine. Arctic Tundra are the frozen grasslands (with permafrost soil) and the Alpine are at the top of mountains.