By Lauren Hauberg



Biotic and Abiotic Factors

Biotic:
Biotic factors are any living things in an envirnment. The tropical rainforest is full of life with apoximately 15 million different species of animals. A few examples of the many biotic feature are the rubber and bamboo trees, sloths, anteaters, poison dart frogs, lemurs, bromeliads, etc.

Abiotic:
Abiotic factors of the rainforest include soil, water, rocks, light, and climate.