Biodiversity and Biomes

Biodiversity and Biomes
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  • A population is the number of individuals in a particular species, within a community
  • Ecosystems hold many species and within those species is a population, vast or minor. The greater the population of a species, the more sustainable and long-lasting the ecosystem is, overall. Biodiversity is known as the "variety of life" and is always changing.
  • An ecosystem is composed of abiotic and biotic organisms in a designated area. Abiotic organisms are non-living things, while biotic organisms are living. All the biotic organisms in an ecosystem are known as communities.
  •  For instance, the forest is filled with biotic creatures, like mammals, and insects, like spiders. It also has many abiotic things like rocks, water, and soil.
  • An organism is an individual member of a species.
  • Animals can sustain themselves underwater too.  Organisms that live underwater are known as Aquatic, along with water itself.
  • Squirrels and many other biotic organisms that live on land, and the land itself, are known as terrestrial. Animals sustain themselves, which means they can maintain at a certain level, for instance: the mammals maintain their lifestyle in the forest, by keeping their supplies ready when necessary, this is known as being sustainable.
  • Organisms like deer, use air, water, and land to live: the zone of air, water, and land are known as the Biosphere. These organisms, animals, and plants are particular species that inhabit ecological or environmental areas, which is known as a habitat.
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