SCIENCE TIME! As you can see it is raining. The rain washes the phosphorus into the sand. Then the tress will absorb it.
SCIENCE TIME! When it rains the phosphorus leaves the rock and the trees and plants absorb it
After the plants and trees absorb the Phosphorus, animals eat the plants and absorb phosphorus.
The rock has phosphorus at the beginning of the cycle. In this frame, a sun burnt man on an island sees the rock.
Back on land, after the phosphorous has left the rocks it can go into the water.
This frame shows a storm occurring. When it rains, the phosphorus comes out of the rock and into the soil/sand, then the plants and tress absorb it. Other living things absorb phosphorus.
This is the last step of the Phosphorus cycle. In this step, the animals and plants decompose and phosphorus goes back into the soil
In this frame the polar bear is eating the plants on the island and absorbing phosphorus into its body.
LET'S DO IT AGAIN
The sun burnt man explains what happens to the phosphorus when it leaves the rock in a different area. In addition to being absorbed by the plants, phosphorus can go into water that animals will drink.
When plants and animals die, their matter is decomposed over time and phoshorus goes back to the soil.
This cycle repeats continually and phosphorus will never go away.