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Singapore American School Rainforest

Singapore American School Rainforest

1. Take pictures of animals, plants, and fungus in the rainforest. 2. Give descriptions of the organism and identify the species using guidebooks (if possible) 3. Describe the structures and functions that you see. 4. Identify key adaptations for survival you observe in your subject. 5. Discuss relationships this organism has with other living factors and non-living factors in the ecosystem.

Singapore American School Rainforest
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Singapore American School

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We are here to capture the biodiversity of our rainforest and to capture our imagination about how special rainforest ecosystems are. We will catalogue the plant, animal, and fungus communities in our rainforest and document how they change over time. We want to create a site that helps future students understand the rainforest and connect with students studying the biodiversity of life in other ecosystems.

Singapore American School Rainforest

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