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The Everglades

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Sophia Smith

on 8 October 2012

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The Everglades Several ecosystems are present in the Everglades.The primary feature of the Everglades is the sawgrass marsh although alligators choose these locations for nesting.Wet prairies are slightly elevated like sawgrass marshes, but with greater plant diversity. Alligators have created a niche in wet prairies. With their claws and snouts they dig at low spots and create ponds free of vegetation that remain submerged throughout the dry season. Ecosystems

















Abiotic
There are many different abiotic factors in the Everglades but the main abiotic factors that you would see if you were to visit would be

Abiotic Factors in the Everglades
Water
Mud
Dirt
Rain
Rocks
Sand Abiotic/ Biotic The Everglades National park is a beautiful place in Florida with many different habitats and ecosystems. The Everglade became a park after the people who lived there decided the Everglades needed better protection. Ernest F. Coe, Marjory Stoneman Douglas were two people who helped establish the park. The everglades are often known as "the river of grass" because of its grassy waters.

The everglades is an important ecosystem in are comunity. Introduction Sophia, Annah, and Matt Biotic
Alligators

Higher on the food chain eats small animals like frogs, fish and the smaller ones eat insects/ worms



Snakes

Highest on the food chain eats rabbits, weasels and rats



Wooduck

The woodduck eats duckweed, pondweed, st. johns wort and many more plants



White-tailed deer

They eat fruits nuts and acorns they mainly just eat plants though



Redfish

They eat shrimp, small fish and were known to be bottem feeders
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