ABIOTIC FACTORS

Abiotic factors are the nonliving aspects of a biome. They affect an organisms life.
It includes air currents, temperature and weather.

In temperate deciduous forests the weather varies greatly. It has warm to hot summers, and cold to freezing winters.
Because of this weather it means that the animals must adapt accordingly.
The weather can by anywhere from clear and sunny to cloudy and rainy. Occasionally thunderstorm occur.
Wind blows through and throughout temperate deciduous forests.


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Summer - Hot conditions occur, while plants are thriving and animals are reproducing.
Spring - Flowers and plants are blooming whil nature comes out from the cold winter.

winter - Snow and cold air surrounds the plants that have lost their leaves and prepare for the cold.
fall - Plants lose their leaves because of the upcoming cold.



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