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Lesson 3 vocab

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Biome A type of natural environment such as a desert or a forest.
Climate The current weather of a biome.
Desert A Biome filled with sand.
Rain Forest A humid and wet biome filled with tall trees.
Canopy A layer of trees that act as a canopy above the rain forest floor.
Emergent layer The top layer of the trees of the rain forest.
Understory A layer of the Rain forest under the canopy.
Grassland The land in certain biomes filled with long grass.
Savanna A subtropical, grassy region.
Deciduous tree A strong tree in certain biomes. Like the boreal forest.
Boreal forest Tundra forest.
Conficurus tree Evergreen in the tundra.
Tundra A cold arctic like biome.
Permafrost Sub surface layer of soil.