Abiotic and biotic features
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Today I will be telling you about my species, the Scuegal and examples of abiotic and biotic factors and how my species needs them to survive, and finally, how they affect my species population and sustainability.
My creature is called the Squegal. The Squegal is an omnivore which means it can eat both plants and animals. The Squegal can run and fly very fast. The Squegals special adaptation is having very strong and sharp claws and also being able to store resources for a long period of time. My creature uses all of its features to its advantage in many ways when obtaining food, fighting predators, and stayign alive.
Some example of biotic factors in my creatures environment also know as living organisms are : mice, rats, insects, birds, nut trees, fruit trees, and slow moving mammals.
Some examples of abiotic features in my species environment is water, rain, lakes, mountains, dirt, and a sun.
Abiotic and biotic factors affects my species greatly.
Abiotic and biotic factors also affect the population and sustainability of my species.
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