Week 3 DQ 2 - etc. The trees tend to lose their leaves in...

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I live in Central Minnesota which is considered to be a Temperate Forest. Last summer was an exceptionally dry summer with high humidity. Normally it is very wet in the spring and fall; winter is very cold with moderate snowfall. We approximately receive 40-50 inches of snow every winter. The winter can get down to 30 to 40 below zero and down to 80 to 90 below zero with the wind chill factor. The summer ranges from 75-105 degrees. There are trees and lakes in the region; we have a short growing season. The trees are evergreen trees, oak, ash, maple, and
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Unformatted text preview: etc. The trees tend to lose their leaves in October and all the shrubs, trees, and other plant life starts to green up in the spring. All plant life tends to green from all the rainfall we receive in the spring. Some of the wildlife that live here are deer, squirrels, chipmunks, raccoons, bear, bobcats, Timberwolves, coyotes, and many more. The bears hibernate in the winter. I notice that there are numerous animals in the region that use the trees for protection. Many species gather food in the summer and fall for preparation of winter....
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