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Exploring Biomes: The Rainforest (Grade 6)

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Exploring Biomes: The Rainforest

A rain forest and all the organisms that live there are a(n)
  1. population.
  2. ecosystem.
  3. community.
  4. habitat.
Where are rainforests found?
  1. only North America and Europe
  2. only Asia and South America
  3. every continent
  4. every continent except Antarctica
What is the top layer of the rainforest?
  1. shrub
  2. canopy
  3. emergent
  4. understory
Small trees and shrubs below the rainforest canopy is the
  1. buttress.
  2. emergents.
  3. forest floor.
  4. understory.
The floor of a tropical rain forest is covered with
  1. grasses.
  2. dead plant material.
  3. blooming flowers.
  4. animals.
What is an effect of a limited amount of sunlight reaching the ground of a tropical rain forest?
  1. Few animals can live on the ground.
  2. Few plants can grow in the canopy area.
  3. Few animals can live in the canopy area.
  4. Few plants can grow on the ground.
Which ecosystem service is not provided by the tropical rain forest?
  1. absorbing pollutants
  2. providing oxygen
  3. making fertile soil for crops
  4. providing wood and food
What plants grow in the rainforest?
  1. Saguaro cactus, bushes and cactus
  2. No plants
  3. Oak tree, pine tree and moss
  4. Very tall trees, vines and rare plants
It is estimated that 50% of the world's                     are found in the rainforest.
  1. soil and rocks
  2. plants and animals
  3. mountains and hills
  4. lakes and streams
Every year, large portions of Earth's rain forests are cut down for
  1. logging.
  2. mining.
  3. cattle ranches.
  4. all of the above
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