What biome do termites&flagellates come from?

Answer Termites and flagellates do not share a common biome. Flagellates belong to the biome of fresh water, such as ponds. Termites are decomposers, and belong to the biome of trees and forest life.Sour... Read More »

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What biome do termites come from?

Termites come from the tropical dry forest, one of 10 different biomes recognized by ecologists. Each biome, according to the Teacher's Domain website, has its own characteristic climate and unique... Read More »

Where is there a grassland biome?

Different types of grasses dominate the landscape of grasslands, a type of biome that exists in parts of Africa, Europe, Asia, North and South America, and Australia. Grasslands are also called pra... Read More »

Where is there a grassland biome in the USA?

The North American grasslands are known as prairies and are located in various parts of Oklahoma, the Dakotas, Nebraska, Kansas, Iowa, Missouri and Illinois. Plants native to this biome include blu... Read More »

What biome has reptiles?

Reptiles are found in a wide range of biomes, excluding the tundra biomes located at the poles. Sea turtles and marine iguanas are found in the world’s oceans, crocodilians are associated with ma... Read More »