Speciation Activity Descriptions

Speciation Activity Descriptions

Speciation Activity Descriptions Tropical Island Climate: This island has a warm average temperature of 80 degrees. Temperature only fluctuates a maximum of 20 degrees +/- on a daily and annual basis. The days are marked with intermittent heavy rain storms, which contribute to this islands lush foliage. Food: The most abundant foods are fish and fruits.

The fish are all found in the nearby ocean, and the fruit are found at the tops of very tall trees. Desert Island Climate: This island is a dry, dusty island marked with extremely hot days up to 120 degrees and extremely cold nights to near freezing. There is little rain fall and there are extreme wind storms that create severe dust clouds. Food: There are several different species of snakes and rabbits that can be found on the island, however

they are difficult to find during periods of extreme heat. Fresh water is found only sporadically, so it must be conserved. The only vegetation available is cactus. Arctic Island Climate: This island is covered in snow for 10 months out of the year. Winters months are very cold with temperatures rarely going above 10 degrees and only 2-4 hours of daylight. Summer months are marked by almost 20 hours of daylight

and temperatures in the 50s. Food: There is a small population of arctic foxes and penguin-like birds. However, it is difficult to hunt them during the winter months. Ice-fishing Coniferous Forest Climate: This is a very mountainous terrain, covered in pine trees. The area is

covered in snow for 1/3 of the year. There is a rainy season for 3-4 months and a summer season with highs in the 70s. Food: There are many birds that live in the trees, fish in the fresh water river and lakes, and a population of large bear that Grassland/ Savannah Climate: The average temperature is warm

(80 degrees), with summer days reaching 110 and winter days reaching 60 degrees. There is moderate rain fall to provide water for many small plants and scattered trees. Food: This area has a population of antelope that feed on the grass and a population of mountain lion that feed on the antelope and sometimes people. There are many insects Doylestown Island Climate: The same as Doylestown,

PA Food: The natural resources available in Doylestown, PA **Dont write these, write the actual descriptions for this area.

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