A Rain Forest Food Chain: A Who-Eats-What Adventure in South by Rebecca Hogue Wojahn

By Rebecca Hogue Wojahn

Welcome to a South American rain woodland! As you push your means during the thick, eco-friendly jungle, you notice, listen, and consider the flora and fauna. Howler monkeys screech overhead as they munch on leaves. Antbirds swoop by means of looking for tasty insects. Day and evening within the rain wooded area, the search is directly to locate food--and to prevent changing into an individual else's subsequent meal. All dwelling issues are attached to each other in a nutrition chain, from animal to animal, animal to plant, plant to insect, and bug to animal. What direction will you're taking to keep on with the meals chain throughout the rain wooded area? Will you ... Crouch within the shadows with a jaguar? Slither during the leaves with an anaconda? Lurk within the jungle evening with a tarantula? stick to all 3 chains and lots of extra in this who-eats-what event!

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With a few more calls, the troop settles in among treetops and starts munching. Last night for dinner, they dined on . . M on ke y Ta lk 34 35 . . leaves from a strangle r fig . To find out what th e lianas, vines, and creepers of the rain forest are like, tu rn to pa ge 50 . a bromeliad. m o fr s e v a le . . hat the w To find out rest the rain fo f o s d a li e brom 4. r n t o pa g e 2 are like, t u . . leaves from a cannonball tree. To find out what the trees of the rain forest are like, tur n to page 43.

A swallow-tailed hummingbird. Even they are not too quick for a viper. To find out what another swallow-tailed hummingbird is up to, turn to page 40. . a giant monkey frog, resting in a bromeliad. To find out what another giant monkey frog is up to, tur n to pag e 54 . . a baby hoatzin, clinging to a branch. To find out what another hoatzin is up to, tur n to pag e 56. Lianas, Vines, and Creepers 50 Gu aran á A vinelike shrub called guaraná produces small red orange fruit. For centuries, native people picked the fruit and used its seeds to make a popular drink.

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