The Temperate Forest: A Web of Life
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Somewhere in the temperate forest, a rabbit munches on some grass. An oak tree extends its branches to soak up the sun. A red fox pounces on an unsuspecting squirrel. These are all examples of a biome at work: members of the community interacting with one another. The temperate forest biome is extremely diverse, with an amazing array of plants and animals. Come take a walk in the woods, and see how every living thing plays a part in the web of life of the temperate forest biome. Book jacket.
Author: Johansson, Philip
Language: English | Copyright: 2003
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