River & Stream Biome Plants?

Answer Streams and rivers are moving bodies of freshwater, which usually originate high in the mountains. As they flow toward the oceans, streams and rivers change courses, combine with other bodies of wa... Read More »

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When the rain puts a stream/river in your road, is there a way to tell if it's safe to drive through it?

We get a lot of flooded roadways here in central Texas when it rains. A few years ago they came out with a saying that sums it all up. "Turn around! Don't Drown!" We've even had a school bus full o... Read More »

Plants for a Rainforest Biome?

Rainforest biomes are home to some of the most diverse arrays of plants on the planet. Different species of flowers and other plants are still being discovered by modern science making cataloging o... Read More »

Plants in the Mountain Ice Cap Biome?

Biomes are different regions of the Earth that share a similar climate, as well as similar plant and animal life. Plants that are grown in the Mountain -- or Alpine - biome tend to be small and le... Read More »

What Are the Types of Plants in the Tundra Biome?

There are about 1,700 plants species in the tundra biome. Many of these are species from warmer, more hospitable climates that have adapted to life on the sharp edge of the tundra's cold temperatur... Read More »