A temperate rain forest and were going to see every season and animal here bear eat the Deere and the vulgar eat the leftovers or ground hogs eat the grass and the wolf eat the groundhog then the bear eats the wolf parrot producer. Bear consumer plants producer wolf consumer and Deer and insect producer. Mammals insects birds are all part of the food chain and web. When a fish eats the bottom then the bear eats the fish or deer eat the grass then the wolf eats the deer then the bear eats the wolf. Some need to survive by hibernating or migrating south .Others need to hunt others don’t some got to run before getting eaten to run. Mutualism happens when to other different kind of species mate. Parasitism is when a non-mutual relationship between organisms of different species where one organism, the parasite, benefits at the expense of the other, the host. North America Europe Australia Asia South America Has some of the most fertile soil in the world. Has thousands of years of thick plant life. Has good living conditions for plants and animals. Deep well drained soil consisting of clay, sand, silt and rotten plants. Mountains Deltas Water falls Rivers Plains United States and Canada: are at 2,300 feet above sea level Europe: are at 3,300 feet above sea level Russia and China: are at 2,000 feet above sea level Japan: is at 4,000 feet above sea level Delta National Forest in Mississippi Appellation Mountains along the eastern United States Niagara Falls on the U.S. Canadian border The Alps in Europe Tons or millions of flowers Only a few kinds of trees are pine, spruce etc Grows well in the summer Winter plants die Spring middle growing time Summer ready to be picked Starts at the end of the winter Starts at spring Water resources can be found in rain lakes snow and rivers Cool mornings Mild climate Changeable climate in a day min. and hour Winter 10 to 30 degrees F. July 36 to 81 degrees F. Cool not hot Summers hot and dry Oceans make climate mild 50 cm of rain a year (1,000 mm) Snow range 8 to 96 in. Rain and melted snow = 32 to 80 in.