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Tanner Schaff

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Transcript of Ecosystem

Tropical Rainforest
In the center of the ecosystem is Lake Mango, filled with fish, algae, and many other organisms.

Beastly Fishy
Spicy breath
Spicy breath lives on top of the

tree comes out at night to feed,
and sleeps all day. It is related to

the cat family.It eats fish and
fruits. The predator is a parrot
it's a secondary. The cat
Reproduces during spring and

lives for 40 years.
The Beastlyfishy is a decent sized fish about 2 feet long. It lives in the lake at the center of the rainforest. It is a primary consumer. Its reproduction potential for females is it lays eggs once in her lifetime and lays 250 eggs but only 1 survives. It has adapted to the ecosystem by figuring out how to hide from predators in seaweed and caves. Its predators are Spicy breaths and flying monkeys.
Mango Parrot
The Mango parrot is 1 foot tall and lives for 6 years. It eats mangos and other fruits like pineapples and bannas. The only thing that eats the Mango Parrot is the jungle li. The parrot reaches maturity at 2 years old and had 1 offspring each year. Its reproduction potential is 4 offspring. The parrot lives in a nest high in a mango tree.

Food Pyramid
Tertiary Consumer
Tertiary Consumer
Jungle Lion
Secondary Consumers
Spicy breaths and Flying rabbits
Primary Consumers
Beastly fishy, Mango Monkey and Frogs
Algae and Lettuce Plants
Jungle Lion
Secondary Consumers
Spicybreaths Long armed Monkey
Primary Consumers
Beastlyfishy Mango Parrot Frogs
Algae Lettuce Plants
Abiotic Factors
There are many abiotic factors affecting this ecosystem. One of them is the sun which keeps the algae alive and keeps the water at a controlled temperature for fish. Another factor is the water. Everything in our ecosystem needs water more than anything. The wind is also an abiotic factor in the ecosystem. Trees have seeds that fall to the ground and wind blows it to open areas so new trees can grow. The trees have fruit that monkeys can eat.
Energy Transfer
The Long Armed Monkey
The Long Armed Monkey can grow to be up to 10-11 inches tall and weight an average of 10-20 pounds. They eat mangos and other fruit in the rainforest such as bananas and pineapples. They live in the treetops but sometimes come down to the forest floor for food and water. Their very long arms are to help them climb trees to get to the rain forest.
Biotic Factors
The Jungle lion is a biotic factor. It is a biotic factor because it eats secondary consumers such as spicybreaths and long armed monkeys. Another biotic factor is the algae. The algae keeps the whole ecosystem going. It provides energy to the primary consumers who give it to the secondary consumers and eventually to the tertiary.
Limiting Factors
There are many limiting factors in the ecosystem. The main limiting factor is the water tornando. It kills Beastlyfishies and harms long armed monkeys that are hanging on trees over the water. It wrecks nests and harms parrots wings. The last thing it does is destroys trees which provides mangos for the mango parrot.
Food Web
Interactions Among Organisms
Competition in this ecosystem is when the spicy breath and the longarmed monkey compete for the mangos on the trees. An interaction is when the beastly fishy hides in underwater caves in the lake, from the shark.
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