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Freshwater endangered species

Endangered species in the fresh water biome.
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Sophia Zanoni

on 6 April 2010

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Endangered speice in the fresh water biome!!!!!!!!!!!!! The Red Fox!!!!!!! The Red Fox is a copper red colour and has a bushy tail (or "brush") that aids in its balance like a cat's, but can also be used as a cover during a cold winter or to communicate to other red foxes. The Tail!!! Diet!! The Red Fox's diet includes rodants, rabbits, birds, and other small game. They will also eat fruits, veggies, fish, frogs, and even worms. When Red Foxes live near humans they will dine occasionally on thrown out food scraps and pet food. Habitat!!!!!!!! The Red Fox lives around streams, brooks, lakes, and rivers. Sometimes near farms, Forists grasslands, mountans, and deserts. Plants!!! Animals!!!!!!!! Climate!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Fun Facts!!!!!!!!!! 1. Over 1,000,00 bacteriea and plackton and other 1 cell animals live in a body of freshwater.
2. The more rain and moisture the more bacteiria and the easier it is for plants to grow.
3. Tne tempaure of the water depends on the tempature in the area around the water. The Freshwater Biome!!!!!!!!!!!!! Where in the WORLD are we??????????? The tempature of the water depends on the tepature in the area around it. When the weather is warm so is the water, but if it is cold in the winter so is the water. Cold water sinks to the bottom and warm water rises so it is colder the deeper the water and the shallower the water the warmer it is. In some areas the summr tempature is 71.6°F (22°C) and in the winter it usually is (in some areas) 39.2°F (4°C) of course this all depends where the body of water is located it varies from place to place. THE END!!!!!!!!! 2 of the Great Lakes!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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