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Life Science Freshwater Biome
Transcript of Life Science Freshwater Biome
Seaweed Producers- Producers, Consumers, and Decomposers
Found in Freshwater Biomes Popular Freshwater Biomes The Ganges River: India
Lake Victoria: South/Central Africa
The Great Lakes: Midwest U.S. and Canada Temperature/ Climate
(mostly 4 season. Depanding on the loaction) Oxygen Carbon-Dioxide Sun/Sunlight Biotic Factors Plants Animals Fish
Insects (mosquitoes, dragonflies)
Snacks Rocks Dirt/Mud Dead Plants Consumers- Decomposers- Fungi
Plants What Would Happen In a freshwater biome otters are one of many composer. They eat many things but mainly fish.
If otters were extinct many thing would change in the food wed and the amount of certain organisms would change.
For example the population of fish would grow because otter would be around to eat them. When there would be more fish in freshwater biomes, they would need to eat algae (and more) and go to the bathroom. This would make the water sort of dirty and soon there wouldn't be anymore algae for the fish to eat. Food Chain Five Fun Fact Freshwater biomes contain 3% of the earth’s water Freshwater biomes contain less than 1% of salt. Freshwater biomes support over 700 species of fish and about 1,200 amphibians, such as frogs, newts and salamanders. Freshwater biomes provide half of the world's drinking water Almost 90 percent of the world's bath water comes from freshwater biomes. Works CitedBio Expedition. N.p., n.d. Web. 25 Oct. 2012. <http://bioexpedition.com/freshwater-biome/>.
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