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Whales Seals Sharks
Zooplankton Small Fish
Microalgae Phytoplankton Seaweed
Blue Whales Parrot Fish
He began to understand that the social structure was based on the diet that each of his friends had. His biology teacher taught him how to make a chart expressing the idea.
http://www.protectplanetocean.org/ collections/introduction /introbox/humanimpact/introduction-item.html https://www.sciencelearn.org.nz/resources/ 44-human-impacts-on-marine-environments https://www.encyclopedia.com/earth-and-environment/ ecology-and-environmentalism/environmental-studies/ biotic-factor https://quizlet.com/32857589/density-dependent- factors-vs-density-independent-factors-flash-cards/ https://www.britannica.com/science/pelagic-zone
Although, Jimmy still sometimes got confused about the energy distribution in his new school. His biology teacher explained why some of his new friends needed more food to get energy than others by using this chart.
PSA: We, as humans, are impacting the ocean pelegic environment in a negative way. We are causing a rapid decline in many species due to over fishing in areas. We are also polluting the waters and causing unbalance in the ecosystem.
Finally, Jimmy felt like he knew everything he needed to know about his new school and he loved it. He was looking forward to the rest of the year with his new friends.
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