The Native
Bush
By Kelle, Manav and Nikita
Hypothesis
We predict that if we take the forest
floor away it would have a very
negative effect on all the trees and
bush...
Questions/Answers
Q1: What specific bugs, birds and insects live
on the forest floor?
Answer: On the forest floor, the cre...
Q2: Where mainly do insects live?
They live in ponds, deserts, prairies, houses,
under ground, caves and in trees, but the...
Rotting leaves
Tree trunks
Kiwi
The forest floor is home to many species of
bugs and insects as well as kiwis and
tuataras. There are several members of t...
Conclusion
Our research showed that our
hypothesis was absolutely correct.
because if the forest floor was taken
away it w...
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Native bush by kelle and nikita

Published on: Mar 3, 2016
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  • 1. The Native Bush By Kelle, Manav and Nikita
  • 2. Hypothesis We predict that if we take the forest floor away it would have a very negative effect on all the trees and bushes and animals; • the animals would have no home • the roots of trees would dry out • the animals would have no food • there will be less oxygen
  • 3. Questions/Answers Q1: What specific bugs, birds and insects live on the forest floor? Answer: On the forest floor, the creatures you will find would include snails, spiders, ants, earthworms, slugs, grasshoppers, centipedes, ladybugs and occasionally you will find tuataras and kiwi.
  • 4. Q2: Where mainly do insects live? They live in ponds, deserts, prairies, houses, under ground, caves and in trees, but they mainly live in the forest.
  • 5. Rotting leaves Tree trunks Kiwi
  • 6. The forest floor is home to many species of bugs and insects as well as kiwis and tuataras. There are several members of the ant family, the spider family and the worm family. The rotting leaves which have fallen from the trees build a moist environment which is perfect for these creatures. The food from the rotten leaves when it rains sink into the soil and through the roots of trees to make them grow 
  • 7. Conclusion Our research showed that our hypothesis was absolutely correct. because if the forest floor was taken away it would have a very negative effect on the trees. animals live in them. there will be less oxygen for us to breath. the animals would have no food to eat. And the roots of the trees would dry out and they will die.