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an ecosystem is all the living and non living things in an area
populations make up the living parts of an ecosystem
biome are large regions of land with distinct climates, plants, and animals. a desert is a biome
ecology is the study of how the living and non- living things in these ecosystems interact
habitats are the places where a plant or animal normally lives and grow.
temperament rain forest community has trees such as maple and spruce
animals squirrels, raccoon's, and owls also live in the temperament rain forest
community is made up of all the populations in an area
niche is the role that an organism has in an ecosystem
tropical rain forest plants survive well, wet, near equator, cactus would not survive, and terrestrial
deciduous forest a deciduous forest may grow in cooler places that do not have huge amounts of rain
symbiosis a long-term relationship between different species
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