5 Ecosystems:

- Freshwater  
~ Only about 1.8% of the earths surface
~ Has many life forms including fish, amphibians, insects, and plants.

- Terrestrial
~ The location is usually dependent on the latitude, and amount of percipitation

- Tropical Rain Forest
~ Precipitation is about 250 cm per year
~ Contains more species than any other biome

- Savannas
~ Open, widely spaced trees, seasonal rainfall
~ Parts of Africa, Australia, and South America

- Deserts
~ Dry, sparce vegitation, scattered grasses
~ Parts of Africa, Asia, Australia, and North America

The decomposer broke down the remains of the dead animal.

The consumer ate the prey it had captured.

The ecosystem had many different kinds of animals that were all classified similarly.

The producer made oxygen and made food for itself.

A bear is at the top of the food chain.

The dog was no longer biotic because it was hit my a car.

The room had 100 lights making it abiotic.

Animals use adaptation to adapt to new habitats.

Some plants growing in the water, and fish are biotic features of a wetland ecosystem.

Abiotic factors of a wetland ecosystem are sand, rocks, and water in the river of lake.

Energy enters the food chain through sunlight.

The arrows represent where the food goes after it is used by one type of animal on the food chain.

Then one type of animal would not get enough food.

You can consume the water as it is unlike saltwater.

They have high riverbanks.

The water does not flood so that the land above cannot be eroded.

Fish can swim in it and consumers can eat the fish.

Food for consumers.