Tornado VS. Ecosystem Part 2.

Tornado VS. Ecosystem Part 2.
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  • The next stage of the ecosystem recovering was that nothing new was growing. The land was barren and flat. No new animals came.
  • The third stage of the ecosystem recovering is that bases of plants are starting to come back. Small organisms are coming to live back in the ecosystem. 
  • The last stage of the ecosystem recovering is that most of the organisms come back. Plants are now thriving. The ecosystem doesn't look the same but it has recovered.
  • Me too Dawn! I want to go ask my friend Sally the Scientist about tornadoes. I am confused and she is very smart.
  • I am so happy that we could go back to our original home. 
  • Hey Betty! You can always come to me for questions about natural disasters. Tornadoes are my specialty. 
  • Hey Sally! I wanted to ask you about tornadoes and there past. 
  • Just to let you know a tornado appears as a rotating, funnel-shaped cloud that extends from a thunderstorm to the ground with whirling winds that can reach 300 miles per hour. 
  • From my research I have found that in the months of May, June and July. These months have the highest percentage rates of having a tornado occur. 
  • We are in the month of June, so it gave us a greater chance of a tornado. Thanks Sally!
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