Tropical Deciduous Forest

Tropical Deciduous Forest- Forests that are warm year round, get rainfall from wet season following a dry season. These forests have a lower canopy than tropical rain forests.

Flora- Tree line is not as tall as in the tropical rain forest. There is a mixture of deciduous trees and drought-tolerant evergreen trees.

Climate - Tropical deciduous forests are located close to the equator. There is a rainy season for a few months and a dry season for a few months.

Fauna- Animals in the tropical deciduous forest have the same animal characteristics as the animals in the rain forest.  Birds have specialized beaks for the food they eat, animals might be small to hide from their predators. Toucans have big beaks to break open nuts. Squirrel are small and can hide in trees. 

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