Deforestation and Habitat Loss
Botany or Plant Biology
Rain and Flooding
Endangered, Vulnerable, and Threatened Species
Meteorology and Weather
A region characterized by warm climates, lush plant life, and consistent rainfall with no dry season
Asked in Animal Life, Rainforests
How do rainforest animals lay eggs?
Well, first the female gets pregnant, then after a couple weeks or months there about to lay eggs.They go find a hidden spot to lay their eggs. Some moms will stay, some will leave and come back. (The more babies an animal has, the shorter time the mother stays with the young and vice versa.) It's mostly like the animals in the woods do except the rainforest has more plants and trees. ...
What item do 22 percent of people take when they travel?
Here are friendus from contributors: Matches Tickets, clothes, suitcases, money, camera, etc. I think they would take clothes, Money, Tickets, Toiletries, nightwear, etc ...
Asked in Rainforests, Gibbons
Does the Siamang gibbon live in the Amazon Rainforest?
No. ==== The siamang (Symphalangus syndactylus) does not live in the Amazon rainforrest. It does not have a tail, lives in trees, This black-furred gibbon which is very vocal hoots, barks and hollers especially in trhe morning is native to the forests of Malaysia, Thailand, and Sumatra. ...
Asked in Geology, Rainforests, Ice Ages
Where are the oldest rocks in the world located?
The very oldest rocks discovered to date were found in 2008 in Northern Quebec, along the Hudson's Bay coast, 40 km south of Inukjuak. There are other locations around the globe that have rocks around the 3.8 billion years old (and older!) mark, some in Austrailia, Africa and other places in Canada. Please see the related questions for more information. ...
Asked in Sloths, Rainforests
What do sloths eat?
Sloths eat leaves, flower petals and other plant products. They are essentially herbivores. They are the perfect design presented so far by evolution to conserve energy to such an extreme that a simple feat like closing the eyelids takes a long time to be affected. So do their the most sluggish movement along the tree branch. They even give birth on trees. They eat small insects, leaves and lots of vegetation and bugs. the three toed only eats off a certain tree...
How does cutting down trees affect us and our environment?
Trees give out oxygen. even because of them we have the rains. in short they maintain the ecological balance. If we would cut trees what is going to happen is that population won't stop growing but oxygen in the atmosphere will reduce. Another effect can be scarcity of food. and many other problems are attached to it such as less of rains will result in less water for irrigation. Less water for irrigation would result in less harvest which would again lead...