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Ecosystem Project
By: Sam Packer Fern Gully
The Last Rainforest FernGully, The Last Rainforest The plot is based on an ecosystem that is
one of the last funtional rain forest ecosystems
left on planet earth. It is apparently inhabited
by miniscule forms of life that fly around helping
organisms of the rain forest to survive in
the final rainforest. But woodsman come and
cut down the trees with a machine, foricng
the inhabitants to seek help from
a small worker. Ecosystem
Description The Habitat is a Brazillian Rainforest in the
southern region of South America. The rainforest
contains 0organisms such as fungi, toads, ferrets,
and other mammals. Abiotic Factors Biotic Factors Toads:

Fungi: Trees: Abiotic and
Biotic Factors These factors include:
Biotic Abiotic
-Toad Sunlight
-Trees Rain
-Fungi Rocks Rain



Rocks






Sunlight Stigma
Controls the
male parts Petals Style/Pollen tube
the tube that
carries and produces
the pollen
Pistol Fern Gully Rainforest Food Chain The food web of fern gully's eco
system must be diagramed with
-3 producers
-2 primary consumers
2 secondary consumers
1 tertiary consumer Producers Primary Consumers Secondary Consumers Tertiary Consumer Symbiotic Relationships A symbiotic relationship of
commensalism, for example,
is the relationship between
the Jungle Tree Frog and
the Jungle Trees. The frog
profits by using the
tree as a hiding place,
and the tree is un-
affected by this act, neither
negatively or positively
affected Batty, The Bat The Integumentary system of the bat allows
it to have a coating in it's inner ear
that gives it a much better
receptor than the average human,
giving the bat a much more
advanced level of hearing than the human, with
sounds being able to pick up frequencies as high
as 100,000 Hz, nearing about 5 times better than
the average human, and twice as much as your dog

This system functions as a method to pick up
messages as well as mating signals from other
bats The digestive system of a bat
is a lot less complex than the
humans, being as it only has the
need to digest insects and plants
it picks up, giving it's Stomach
Acid pH 1 more, making it less
acidic. It expels waste through
the anus, unlike the owl,
since the Bat is a mammal Stamen Anther Ovary
Contains the
eggs of the
pistol Stomata
controls water
loss and gain of
the flower Xylem
and Phloem Distributes
male fertilization
and pollen
Produces
flower
sperm Aesthetic
attractions
for
pollenation
insects Carries water and nutrients
to and from the flower Sepal, the underside
of the flower
petal, used for support
in early stages of life Roots, not
pictured, gather
nutrients for the
plant Microbes
in the Jungle This microbe, found in the bark and
nearby soil of jungle trees, disposes
bark and uses animal feces/bark
remains as food to decompose
the nearby environment back
into the soil. This micro organism
can maintain a healthy
ecosystem by allowing
the forest floor to
be kept clean of all debris
and feces Ted, the Komodo Dragon
This komodo dragon adapted a long
tongue to get in and out of ant and
termite mounds to get food. If it were
to live in the savannah, it may have developed
large claws to mow over the habitat instead of
having to tactically insert its tongue it to
extract the poisnous insects Resources in the R
Rainforest Resources in the rain forest aren't too hard to come
by but one main resource is clinging vines. Vines are present in most regions of the jungle, but if they were to be taken away, organisms such as
-Orangutans, could not climb the vines for transport
-Snakes could not grasp onto with their bodies
-Kiwi's could not ingest and would have to migrate
-Macaws, would not be able to find and consume
-Jaguars no longer would have any prey since the
kiwi and macaw have left the ecosystem Organism Removal If one organism, such as the snake, we're removed
from the food web, species such as
-Macaws, would no longer be able to eat any snakes which make up a main part of their diet
-Orangutans, would overbreed and the population
would become out of control
-Jaguars, because since there are
no more macaws, they run out of food Nitrogen Flow The main way nitrogen and carbon travel
through the environment is through
the moisture of the environment and the
breath of organisms. If this flow were to
be disrupted through some sickness, it would spread through each organism and disrupt the flow,
depriving certain organisms such as Jungle Corsages, of their much needed nutrients
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