The plastic decomposed in the dirt.
My dog is a large consumer.
A monkey lives in a ecosystem and so does other animals.
Chickens produce eggs for humans to eat or we could just eat them ;)
A food chain is a bunny eats grass then the bunny gets ate by a snake and the snake gets ate by a bird and the bird gets eaten by a bigger bird.
All monkeys are in a biotic area
Abiotic isnt living
When the zombie apocolypse comes we are all going to have to adapt
There are alot of fish in the ocean but most get captured and kill and ate or just ate in the ocean.
The lion is the king and always hunts animals that are predators and prey and in this ecosystem lions are at the top and all the other animals are at the bottom and they are the ones that are mostly hunted.
In this ecosystem the big fish eats the small fish and the giant bird eats the big fish and it all goes in a cycle and it goes on and on in a circle to where everyone gets food.
This ecosystem is forest by a river and all the fish goes to humans and bears and the deer go to the humans and the bear can go to the humans or the other way around
The transfer of energy and matter in a food chain is only 10% efficient because 90% doesn't get broken down or used while moving through the food chain.
These arrows represent how the food chain goes in a cycle to this it give us an example .
If one scource of food went away in the food chain it wouldnt be destroyed and they wouldnt die they would adapt to a new food.
Only recently have we begun to understand the importance of the functions that wetlands perform. Far from being useless, disease- ridden places, wetlands provide values that no other ecosystem can, including natural water quality improvement, flood protection, shoreline erosion control, opportunities for recreation and aesthetic apprecation, and natural products for our use at no cost. Wetlands can provide one or more of these functions. Protecting wetlands in turn can protect our safety and welfare.
Wetlands function as natural sponges that trap and slowly release surface water, rain, snowmelt, groundwater and flood waters. Trees, root mats, and other wetland vegetation also slow the speed of flood waters and distribute them more slowly over the floodplain.
The ability of wetlands to control erosion is so valuable that some states are restoring wetlands in coastal areas to buffer the storm surges from hurricanes and tropical storms. Wetlands at the margins of lakes, rivers, bays, and the ocean protect shorelines and stream banks against erosion.
More than one-third of the United States' threatened and endangered species live only in wetlands, and nearly half use wetlands at some point in their lives. Many other animals and plants depend on wetlands for survival.
We use a wealth of natural products from wetlands, including fish and shellfish, blueberries, cranberries, timber, and wild rice, as well as medicines that are derived from wetland soils and plants.
by Cole Fox