Iou un Parei
You are entering the world of Paris.
A place of joy and happiness!
But most of all love. The scenery is beautiful even thought some small creatures rome. The ecology of Paris includes of street rats, pigeons, pets like poodles, and Siamese cats>How they interact with their environment is called ecology.
First lets talk about those street rats!
les rats de la rue
Rats in The City of Paris are always in the streets. But they are in most populated areas. As Paris is the city of love and food the health department is always on the job. And they try to lower the rat population. The exact number of rats is unknown, but it is estimated that there are at least as many rats as people. The city's rat population is dominated by the brown rat and the blue- gray rat.
This picture is from a Pixar created film about a regular Individual street rat with a special gift. He knew how to cook and with his trusted friend and family they win over a mean critic Ego with a recipe never used before called Ratatouille.
The real life of a street rat
This is a population of brown rats. A population of rats is where more than one rat joins others at the same place and time.The brown rat, or street rat, or sewer rat, is one of the most common rats in Europe. As well as in North America. A brown or grey rat has a body up to 25 cm (10 in) long, and a similar tail length; and the male rat weighs on average 350 g and female weighs about 250 g. THESE STREET RATS WILL EAT ANYTHING! Although one of the main problems with these small creatures is that they carry diseases like e-coli, salmonella, Wails disease, tuberculosis as well as foot and mouth disease. These interactions are the main reasons europe dislikes rats.
You are entering a community!
A community is where different animals interact with each other to live and stay healthy and alive in there environment. Also a community is like a population but with all different types of animals!
When you have a community you need to fill it with all types of animals. In my community the animals that I will be using are pigeons, Siamese cats and Poodles!
An ecosystem is where all living things and nonliving things live.
Now we have four of the six kingdoms
Protists, Fungi, Plantae, and Animalia. First we have the Protists, found in all fresh water drains, euglena are a one celled organism that can produce their own glucose. Also they move with their flagella. Then we have our fungus which is in bread, now yeast is a fungus that you will put into the ingredients of your bread to make it rise. Next we have our Animalia. We have a rat, very gross creature that will eat anything so that it can keep on living.All animals are multi-celled, heterotrophs, and can be predetors or prey. Now we have changed from gross to beautiful with the beautiful flowers of spring, the Hyancinths and Tulips that represent our Plantae kingdom. These bloom just on the brink of spring around pretty green grass or luscious gardens. All plants are multi -celled, can reproduce sexually and asexually, and have chloroplast which means they can make their own food.
Now we have our food chain and web!
A hawk is a consumer. This means it cannot create its own energy so it eats other animals to get their energy. Hawks are also heterotrophic which is getting nutrients through food digestion. You already know what a consumer is so let me tell you about a decomposer and producer. A producer is usually a plant who can make their own food through photosynthesis. A decomposer is a way to say falling apart. Which means when an animal dies the soil or place were it lies sorta absorbs it by tearing it away.
You are now entering the abiotic stage.
These three pictures represent abiotic factors. The rock and Eiffel tower are not living because they cannot grow or reproduce. Now the rain is a toughie, it is not living because of it not responding to the environment. Little bugs count on rocks to have a nice, dark place to stay, and some plants depend on the Eiffel tower for a moist sunny place to grow. Last but not least the rain. Many people and animals depend on rain for water, or to clear away grossness on the streets or even for kids to get a little time in puddles.