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Facts about Deciduous Forests

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1. Location Deciduous forests are primarily located on the eastern parts of the United States, Europe, Canada and parts of Japan, Russia and China. These forests are notable for their ability to survive through four&hellip

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Facts about Tundra

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1. Cold, Harsh Biomes Tundra is derived from a Finnish term, ‘tunturi’ which implies treeless. They are some of the harshest and coldest biomes on Earth. They feature treeless ecosystems and are found in mountain&hellip

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Facts About Costa Rica

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Costa Rica is almost the same in size as Lake Michigan and it has a low population of roughly 4 million people. Nearly half of the country’s population resides in the capital city, San Jose.&hellip

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Facts about Hawks

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Hawks are endangered birds that live in forests, prairies and open savannas. Here are some intriguing facts about hawks. Fact 1: Hawks are normally found in Central America and the West Indies. The first hawk&hellip

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Facts about Forests

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The world’s forests are as diverse as the world’s populations. From the otherworldly forests of New England to the Amazon’s rainforest to the myths and legends of enchanted forests, these amazing ecosystems have been supplying&hellip

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Facts About Chimpanzees

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The word ‘œchimpanzee’ is from the Bantu language of Angola meaning ‘œape.’ The word was first used in the English language around 1738, referring to an intelligent anthropoid, Pan troglodytes, found in the forests of&hellip

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Facts About Bobcats

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Bobcats belong to the family of cats and are known to be a dangerous, carnivorous animal living in most of the connecting places of the United States. Fact 1: The habitats of bobcats are being&hellip

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