Hi ALL, it’s Hannah with the sixth session of exploring the point of view of the various wildlife of the world’s ecoregions!!
Good smelly-old words from my ancient, “Classics Edition of the World Atlas-Hammond 1967,” describes our next land-type as the, “Scrub: Olives, grapes, oranges and cork grow in the Mediterranean and California scrub forest regions of cool, rainy winters and hot, dry summers.”
Wikipedia says: “Mediterranean forests, woodlands, and scrub biome, as defined by the World Wildlife Fund, are characterized by dry summers and rainy winters. Summers are typically hot in low-lying inland locations but can be cool near some seas, as near San Francisco, which have a sea of cool waters. Winters are typically mild to cool in low-lying locations but can be cold in inland and higher locations.
The Mediterranean forests, woodlands, and scrub biome can be found around the world. More specifically, it occurs in the world's five Mediterranean climate zones, on the west coast of continents in the mid-latitudes:
Here’s a map for those who enjoy a visual of the same info.
And now for the critters!! ♥
So, you could embody “The King,” of the jungle...not Elvis!!
(Photo via Wiki under CC Lion lying down in Namibia |photographer=yaaaay)
Or....you could write from the pov of this most beloved creature.
(Photo via Wiki under CC Author=Yathin S Krishnappa)
You could bound and leap with this hectic looking Brown Hare!!
(Photo via Wiki under CC and GNU License Author=benjamint)
Go ahead...take to the trees and get under the scales of this guy!!
Alrighty then!!! Here’s an image list of creatures and some plants to scroll for inspiration, (remember copyright issues)!!
Also, if there’s a plant or tree-type you’d like to try-out by all means go for it!!
Link original work written for this prompt specifically please and be sure to visit the, “scrub,” of your blogging forest friends, (that’s the fun part)!!
Smiles to you all and thank you in advance for Transforming this Friday!!