How do animals adapt to the forest?

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How do animals adapt to the forest?

Animals inhabiting deciduous forests include insects, spiders, reptiles and birds. Mice, rabbits, foxes, deer, otters, bears and humans are just some examples of mammals that live in deciduous forests. Tropical and subtropical deciduous forests are also home to mammals such as elephants, monkeys, tigers, and giraffes.

How big is the temperate forest?

approximately 10 million square km

Q. Which trees are found in deciduous forests?

deciduous trees Oaks, beeches, birches, chestnuts, aspens, elms, maples, and basswoods (or lindens) are the dominant trees in mid-latitude deciduous forests. They vary in shape and height and form dense growths that admit relatively little light through the leafy canopy.

Q. What are the animals found in tropical deciduous forest?

Q. What animals live in the tropical deciduous forest?

A wide variety of mammals, birds, insects, and reptiles can be found in a deciduous forest biome. Mammals that are commonly found in a deciduous forest include bears, raccoons, squirrels, skunks, wood mice, and, in the U.S., deer can be found in these forests.

Animals in deciduous forests have to adapt to changing seasons. They must be able to cope with cold winters and hot summers. Some animals hibernate or migrate during the winter to escape the cold. Others grow thick fur and/or layers of fat to help make it through the winter months.

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