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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