Layers of forest
7.7 Wioletta 25 2016-10-02
You have an unfinished game.
The student is tasked with arranging a puzzle. Layers of the forest: 1) TREE CROWNS: The highest layer of the forest is made of tall trees: birches, beeches, pines, spruces, larches, oaks, firs, alders and maples. Their crowns retain the most light, which is very important for their growth. They also stop large amounts of water in the form of atmospheric precipitation. They are a refuge for some birds. The predatory birds live mainly here: falcon, hawk, buzzard, white-tailed eagle. Tall trees also inhabit mammals, for example, marten and squirrels. 2) PODSZY: they form shrubs such as: rowan, black cherry, black, hazel, hawthorn and young trees. Many species of birds find food and shelter here, for example: robins, tits, flycatchers, finches, insects and arachnids. 3) FOREST RUNO: among others: black berries, wild strawberries, ferns, horsetails and mosses. Very little light reaches them, which is why shade plants grow here. It is clearly cooler and humid here than in the layer of treetops and undergrowth. Here you can find mushrooms that live in symbiosis with the roots of trees. Mammals live here (for example: wild boars, roe deer, foxes, hares, hedgehogs, mice and voles), amphibians (frogs and toads), reptiles (lizards: boulders and worms) and insects. 4) FOREST FOREST: it consists of dry leaves and twigs, fruit and seeds, dead annual plants. There are ants, centipedes, snakes, earthworms, snails and other organisms that contribute to the decomposition of organic matter.
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