Desert

Abiotic

sand

rocks

water

sun

dirt

Biotic

lizards

camels

scorpions

snakes

rinos

giraf

kangaro

carrying capacity

How much a ecosystem can support

food,space,and shelter is what animals need to live

A population of a animal could die out if the animal or plant that they eat die out

limiting factors-Temperature is a limiting factor. Many deserts get too hot for most organisms. Some deserts near the north and south poles are too cold. And yet others have wide swings in temperature.

In the Mojave Desert, the Mountain Lion is the main predator of the Mule Deer. Mule Deer make up a significant part of the Mountain Lion's diet, between 60 and 80 percent, consequently, the predator in this relationship is very sensitive to changes in the Mule Deer population. The populations of both organisms.

EnergyRoles-a cactus is a desert producer,a worm is a decomposer,lions,rhinossnake,and more are carnivores

A lion gets energy from zebras,giraf and any kind of meat.

A food web shows every thing that it can eat,a food chain is in one line

If you remove a zebra the lion population would go down and any thing else that eats zebras.

The producers are on the bottom because they make there own food the predetor is on the top because it eats other producers and consumers

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2 years ago
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Give a little bit more detail and it will be great.

2 years ago
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looks great so far, @juniormartinez . I agree with @stephengleason, add a little more detail and make sure that you are answering all of the questions addressed in the instructions.