What even happens to the environment when animals die?
Ever heard ofthe Phospherous Cycle?
Wait, who are you and what the Phospherous Cycle?
The phospherous cycle is the movement of phospherous through an ecosystem. Phospherous is an esential nutrient to animals and plants.
The first step is that phosherous enters soil and water through whethering and erosion. Then plants take the phospherous from the soil or water
Next herbivors like deer eat those plants which transfers the phospherous to the herbivore.
It is then transfered to carnivores that eat the herbivores like bears sometimes eat baby deer.
The phospherous absorbed is returned to the soil from decomposition of plants and dead material that is decayed
The phosphate is then relesed into the environment and leachs into the water repeating the cycle. The cycle is important because plants need phosherous to grow and plants help the ecosystem because it gives oxygen to animals and people and gives food to them too.
Thanks but you still never answered my question. Who are you?
Oh yea, im Clyde
Ok thanks Clyde, but Jimmy we have to keep moving. Lets go.