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Transcript of Desert Ecosystem
Winter is March through September.
Antarctica is only 2% ice free.
Antarctica is the highest, windiest, emptiest, driest, coldest, place on earth.
90% of all the worlds ice and 70% of all the worlds fresh water.
The sun sets in March and rises in October. Antarctica Facts : phytoplankton Seals:
southern elephant Animals and Plants Penguins:
baleen Plants: algae, mosses, liverworts, lichens and microscopic fungi. This is the food chain of Antarctica Population About 4,000 scientific bases in the summer 1,000 in the winter.
About 30,000-40,000 summer tourists.
NO permanent residents no native population. Antarctica doesn't have a time zone. One thing scientists study are ice cores. "The March of the Penguins" was filmed in Antarctica.
Antarctica grows bigger in the Winter. Welcome to our prezi Antarctica Food
for humans Frozen meat, chicken, fish, canned fruits, and vegetables.
Potatoes, milk, onions and flour can be shipped in too. Mainly they eat what we eat if we're not in Antarctica. It just has to be healthy. Antarctica's Geography The average elevation is 6,000.
Mountains are near the coast.
There is an active volcano under its ice.
14 million square kilometers, 5.4 million square miles.
Highest elevation on Earth
It is 98% of ice. The scientists in Antarctica usually eat: Thank you for viewing our Prezi!!! =) Conclusion:
We have learned a lot about Antarctica and we had so much fun. Oh Yush GoodBye.!! :D. *** Gisselle Soto and Natalie Serna***