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Jasmine Liu

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The Swamp
By: Lukas Barker
How are all ecosystems connected to each other?
More Stuff
Wrapping things up
What is Ecology?
Ecology is a branch of science that has to do with the relationship living things have with each other and their environment. Which is basically the study of ecosystems. It is usually considered as a part of biology Scientists who study ecology are called ecologists. Why is ecology important? Ecology is important because even the smallest changes on the other side of the world can effect the ecosystems all around.
The Desert
The Rainforest
Animal Adaptions
How our ecosystems all connected to each other
Thank you for listening.
Thank you for listening to our presentation about ecosystems. We worked really hard on it.
All Ecosystems
The desert is a big biome where there are lots
of animals and plants such as scorpions and cacti. It is a dry and barren region on earth that barley receives any rainfall. How do the desert organisms depend on each other? Well, here is an example. What are some desert animals that adapted to the desert's harsh environment. The one-humped Arabian camel, for example, can raise it's body heat to reduce the amount of sweat. Smaller desert animals avoid extreme the heat at night because they need to get food so they can stay away from predators during the day.

By:Nick Ulmer
The Ocean
The Ocean
By: Jasmine Liu (AKA, Jazzy Jazz)
The One-Humped Arabian Camel
The ocean is a place that covers 71% of the earth with a wide variety of organisms that depend on each other. Marine biology is the study of ocean organisms. It deals with all living organisms that live in the ocean, whether they are just a microscopic virus or a blue whale. Many organisms depend on each other in the ocean Like, for example: The plankton depends on the bigger animals to make a current for them so they can move around, while larger animals, such as blue whales and jelly fish, rely on plankton for food.

By: Joshua Jayne and Lukas barker
The Swamp
So we've explained about all kinds of ecosystems, but we haven't directly answered our inquiry question yet. How are all ecosystems connected to each other? One way is that all organisms depend on one another to survive in each ecosystem. Another way is that e all have their own unique animals living in their habitats.That is how all ecosystems are connected to each other.

This is the rainforest.It has lots of cool animals like the python and the toucan. It provides many benefits like medicine.It is a very interesting place to visit.

One adaption is that the fish in the deep part of the ocean ,like the glass squid, adapt to the darkness by giving babies that have lights.

The swamp may seem like a mucky, dirty habitat, but it actually provides food, water, and shelter for many living organisms, such as salamanders, osprey, and alligators.The swamp is a wetland, where trees and shrubs grow. They are often freshwater. The alligator is a big animal. They are carnivores .They eat blue crabs, fish, aquatic insects and birds
The Swamp
joshua.j and Andrew
by: lukas b
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