The temperature in an estuary biome varies with the season and estuary. For example, the Aln estuary in England has an average temperature range of 13 to 17 degrees Celsius or 55 to 63 degrees Fahrenheit. The temperature... More »

The five types of biomes -- regions of the planet that have similar climate, plants and animals -- are aquatic, desert, forest, grassland and tundra. Some authorities divide these into subcategories. More »

Adaptations of plants living in estuaries include the ability to survive in water of varying salinity levels, cells that store oxygen for use underwater, and the ability to reproduce by releasing new plants ready to germ... More »

Although the marine biome’s temperature varies greatly from location to location and with depth, the average temperature is about 39 degrees Fahrenheit. This takes into account samples from all five major oceans at vario... More »

Terrestrial biomes are major regions in the Earth that share the same climate despite being in different geographical locations. The Earth has six major land biomes: rainforests, deserts, tundras, grasslands, taiga and t... More »

The tropical rainforest is the biome that receives the most rainfall. Rain forests get more than 200 centimeters of rainfall per year. The temperate deciduous forest biome is in second place for rainfall amounts per year... More »

Two different biomes make up the Everglades in Florida. The first biome is a temperate deciduous forest, and the second biome is a flooded grassland. More »