Abiotic and Biotic

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  • Yo dude! Wanna come snowboarding with me. Yo, what are you doing?
  • I just found him like this. I think he's dead! I'd better start CPR!
  • Dude, you obviously have no idea what biotic and abiotic factors are.
  • Not a clue.
  • Well then, a biotic factor is a living thing in an ecosystem. A bird, a bug, and a flower are all examples of biotic factors. Biotic factors grow from abiotic factors. For example, a tree grows out of the soil and needs sunlight and water to grow.
  • What about the other thing?
  • Abiotic factors in an ecosystem aren't alive. Dirt, water, air and sunlight are all examples of abiotic factors. Abiotic factors support the life of biotic factors. Trees grow out of the soil and use sunlight and water for fuel. Fish live in the water, and if there was no water or sunlight, WE couldn't even survive. Now do you understand?
  • SIGH.
  • The snowman still isn't looking too good. I'd better get back to my CPR.
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