Primary Succession Mt. St. Helens-Madison Wong and Valery Gomez
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This is Mt. St Helens before it erupted. When this mountain did erupt it was an example of primary succession because instead of something like a forest fire it erupted.
Mt. St Helens was full of wildlife, like bunnies, deer, trees, and fish.
Mt. St Helens had a huge lake that flourished with fish, algae and was the main source of water for the animals.
When Mt. St Helens erupted the lake was ruined, all the animals in the lake were dead and the water was so dirty that when you put your hand in there u couldn't see it.
All the plants were destroyed and there was little to no wildlife. Fifty-seven people died because of the eruption.
When Mt. St Helens erupted, it left a huge crater in the mountain and destroyed the figure of the mountain. Pioneer species start to grow at time goes on.
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