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All About Ecosystems

Learn all about ecosystems easily!!!

What is an ecosystem? All of living and nonliving things in an enviornmet
What is a desert? The driest ecosystem. Some animals adapted to the limited water supply. Such as: cacti, shrubs, coyotes are desert organisms.
What is a Grassland? Large land covered with grass. The recive a medium amount of rain. The grass is very tall in grasslands. Grasshoppers, prairie chickens, and bison are living things that live i n grasslands of North America.
What is a tundra? A tundra is a colld dry region. The ground beneath the surface is frozen all year long. Some grasses can grow in a tundra but trees cannot. In the sprind arctic foxes, caribou, and other animals thrive in these areas.
What is a forest? Forests are filled with life. They usually get more rain then grasslands ach year. Deer, foxes, raccoons, and squirrels, often live in forests.