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Acacia Ants - National Geographic - Video

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Acacia Ants Kids National Geographic Video length: 02:17. READ MORE
http://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/ant_acaciatree...

Rainforest Plant Pictures

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Rainforest Plant Pictures Rain-Tree.com Raintree is a commercial business that sells botanical products from the Amazon rain forest. They have a collection of plant images you can access here; c READ MORE
http://www.rain-tree.com/plantimages.htm

Cashew Tree (Anacardium occidentale)

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Cashew Tree (Anacardium occidentale) RainforestFauna.com Most of us have eaten cashews, but have you ever wondered where they come from? The cashew grows on a medium sized tree (Anacardium oc READ MORE
http://www.rainforestfauna.com/cashews.html

Cocao Tree

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Cocao Tree Rainforestfauna.com The cacao tree (Theobroma cacao) is the plant that cocoa and chocolate comes from. This tree is native to the rainforests of Central and South America. The tree READ MORE
http://www.rainforestfauna.com/cacao.html

Epiphyte - Wikipedia

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Epiphyte Wikipedia.org An epiphyte is: ". . . a plant that grows upon another plant (as a tree) nonparasitically or sometimes upon some other object (as a building or a telegraph wire), der READ MORE
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Epiphyte

Plants of the Rainforest

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Plants of the Rainforest MT & PK Productions Space Radiation Lab California Institute of Technology More than two thirds of the world's plant species are found in the tropical rainforests: plan READ MORE
http://www.srl.caltech.edu/personnel/krubal/rainforest/Edit560s6/www/p...

Rainforest Canopy - Vines and Lianas

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Rainforest Canopy - Vines and Lianas by Rhett A. Butler Mongabay.com Creepers, vines, and lianas (woody vines) are abundant in the canopy and make up a significant proportion of the vegetation READ MORE
http://rainforests.mongabay.com/0406.htm

Ceiba Tree

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Ceiba Tree, Woodland Zoo, Seatle, WA, "Ceiba pentandra occurs naturally in tropical rain forests or moist areas of drier forests in West Africa and in Central and South America. In the Americas, READ MORE
http://www.zoo.org/page.aspx...

Kapok Tree. . The giant of the Amazon Rainforest

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Kapok Tree. . The giant of the Amazon Rainforest, Unique South America Travel Experience, The amazing kapok tree occupies a very important role in the Amazon rainforest ecosystem. It provides READ MORE
http://www.unique-southamerica-travel-experience.com/kapok-tree.html

Kapok Tree - Blue Planet Biomes

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Kapok Tree Elisabeth Benders-Hyde West Tisbury School Up-Island Regional School District The Kapok tree is an emergent tree of the tropical rainforests, and is often described as majestic. READ MORE
http://www.blueplanetbiomes.org/kapok.htm

Kapok Tree - Enchanted Learning

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Kapok Tree EnchantedLearning.com Please visit the website for a picture and to learn about the Kapok tree. READ MORE
http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/plants/types/kapok/

Pictures of Bromeliads in Colombia

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Pictures of Bromeliads in Colombia by Rhett Butler Mongabay.com These " Pictures of Bromeliads in Colombia " were taken during a 2007 trip to Colombia. All images are the property of Rhett READ MORE
http://travel.mongabay.com/colombia/indexes/Bromeliads.html
Food chains and food webs illustrate how different specie get energy. Plants are the basis for energy that flows through a food web. Freshwater ecosystems have cattails, duck weed, moss and other plants that provide good energy source for the primary plant eaters. Find out how the energy flows up through the food chain.
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