This week in science we learned more about our biomes. The biome Tavo and I  worked on was the temperate forest. We decided to base our research on The great temperate forest. I learned that The banana slug is supposed to be the world’s largest species of terrestrial slug in the world. I also learned things like, The roosevelt elk has the largest body mass of the 4 subspecies, and the sequoia tree is an evergreen, long-lived, monoecious tree living 1,200–1,800 years or more. I was pretty satisfied with how well the blog came out. This will probably be helpful in my life because I might go there at some point and I’ll actually know something about it. I think I participated pretty well this time because it was something I enjoyed doing and it was fairly simple.

How long has the forest been around?

What is the oldest tree there?

When did they make it into a National park?

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