Stages of succession

Stages of succession

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  • Wolf is the predator and deer is the prey because wolf eats deer.
  • Yeah!  Let`s go find that out!
  • Hey, do you want to go find out what were the forests were like back then?
  • Hey, where are we?
  • Whats that?
  • We are at the primary stage of succession.
  • it begins with rock formations, such as volcanoes and mountains. Rocks are abiotic factor and it help making the environment.
  • What is the secondary succession?
  • Now we are at secondary succession.
  • its where soil break downs to rock and soil begins to form grass and shrubs.
  • Where do you think we are at now?
  • Yes! Where trees, shrubs, and grass makes more biotic creatures.
  • still at secondary succession?
  • squirrel represents R species because its a small size of organism and has low energy investment in offspring. Many offspring for better chance of survival.
  • we are back where we started from!
  • Do you see the Emerald ash borer over there? That is an invasive species in our forest and it harms the forest. by making a hole in the trees and that kills the trees.
  • This is the forest. Where biome has reached homeostasis and its final form.
  • Bear represents K species because its a large size of organism and has high enery investment in offspring. Fewer offspring for better chance of survival.
  • I am an example of a keystone species for the forest because I keep deer in check and many deer will eat small trees which leads to fewer trees. It affects other animals like beavers and bird as fewer and it would change the ecosystem.
  • I am an example of a hero for the forest because I eat plants which helps the environment.
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