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Ecosystem 1

TermDefinition
habitat the location in which an organism lives
ecosystem all the living and nonliving things in an area that interact with each other
fossil evidence that an organism once existed in an area; can be a part of the organism's body or a trace fossil which is a mark or print left by the organism
extinct describes a species of animals that once lived on Earth but which no longer exists
endanger species a species that is in danger of extinction due to its low number of remaining individuals
adaptation the process by which the characteristics of a species change over many generations in response to the environment
natural created by nature or not human-made
evidence data or information that either supports a statement or shows that it is not true
Created by: mrkloudon