A Rainforest Habitat by Bobbie Kalman, Molly Aloian

By Bobbie Kalman, Molly Aloian

A Rainforest Habitat introduces youngsters to the large bushes, colourful flora, and different vegetation in South American tropical rain forests. This attention-grabbing e-book additionally outlines the bugs, amphibians, mammals, and different animals that reside there. pleasing photos and easy-to-follow textual content support younger readers understand:

The weather in a rainforest

the various vegetation and animals in a rainforest

How animals locate nutrients and preserve in rainforests

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Other animals may not notice the moths on the forest floor. 29 Making homes Some animals make homes in the Amazon rain forest. They stay safe inside their homes. These ants made a home under the ground. They are carrying small pieces of leaves into their home. 30 Nests in trees Rainforest birds make homes called nests. They make nests in the trees. They use plant parts to make their nests. These jabiru storks made a nest in a tall tree.

Some rainforest animals live high in the trees to stay safe. Animals that live on the forest floor cannot reach the animals in the trees. This sloth lives high in a tree. 28 Hard to see These moths have brown bodies. Their bodies are shaped like leaves. There are brown leaves on the forest floor. The moths are safe because they look like the leaves. Other animals may not notice the moths on the forest floor. 29 Making homes Some animals make homes in the Amazon rain forest. They stay safe inside their homes.

Other animals may not notice the moths on the forest floor. 29 Making homes Some animals make homes in the Amazon rain forest. They stay safe inside their homes. These ants made a home under the ground. They are carrying small pieces of leaves into their home. 30 Nests in trees Rainforest birds make homes called nests. They make nests in the trees. They use plant parts to make their nests. These jabiru storks made a nest in a tall tree.

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