Essay about Tropical Rainforest Project 1

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Rainforest Eco-tourist attractions
1. Manokway City
2. Amazon rainforest (The Arian Amazon Towers)
3. Costa Rica’s National Parks
4. Malaysia, Sabah, and Sarawak

Eco-friendly steps towards environmental impact

Green journey hope to reduce the next generation of bio-fuels, derived from farm waste and native grasses and weeds, this could eliminate many of the worse effects’ seen during the current rush into bio-fuels.

Golden Angri-Resources (GAR) has signed an agreement committing it to protect the tropical forest environmentally to work with the company to improve their supply chains on how palm oil is produced in the country.

Plants, Animals, and Fungi in the Tropical Rainforest

People come from all over the world, because of the great diversity of plants, animals and fungi in the Tropical Rainforest.

There are plants species such as the chocolate tree, chocolate is harvested from a pod and the pods develop flowers which are borne directly at the trunk. Chocolate is native to the news world or tropics and is loved by people all around the world. In the rainforest such as the Appalachians may have up to 30 species of trees, Costa Rica has over 1600 species of plants, a station in the Amazon Basin has over 1800 species. As many frogs have been collected from a single site in the rainforest as there are in all of North America. The Tropical Rainforest is home for many animals such as the great apes and monkeys.
1. Gorilla (Gorilla gorilla)
2. 2-Toes Sloth (Cholrpus Hoffmanni)
3. Orangutan (Pongo Pygmaeus)
4. Spider Monkey (Ateles Geoffrey)

These animals are so smart and amazing to humans, they have so much personality and families take photos of these plants and animals in their biome for wonderful memories.

There are so many different fungi in the rainforest such as:
1. Bracket fungus
2. Coral fungus
3. Cup fungus
4. Toothed fungus
5. Mosses
6. Gilled fungus

Their characteristics in common with animals include having chitin in the cell walls like in eco-skeletons on insects, and using glycogen as a storage component.

The physical environment of a Tropical Rainforest

Most of life in the tropical rainforest exists vertically in the trees, above the shaded forest floor - in the layers. Each canopy layer harbors its own unique plant and animal species interacting with the ecosystem around them. The primary tropical rainforest is divided into at least five layers: the over story, the true canopy, the understory, the shrub layer, and the forest floor.
Today it is estimated that less than 5% of Earth's land is covered with these forests (about 2 to 3 million square miles). More importantly, two-thirds of the world's tropical rainforests exist as fragmented remnants.
Tropical rainforest have stretches of fine sandy beaches and rocky coves, shadowed by tall mountains.
Walking through a rainforest one would experience the smell of rain and sounds of exotic birds, insects chirping, and leaves and trees blowing in this windy environment.

Many reasons to visit a Tropical