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Transcript of Biosphere
The biosphere is the combination of all the ecosystems on the Earth. It includes all of the living and nonliving things on Earth. The biosphere is divided into different
is a group of ecosystems that have a similar climate.
all over the world are hot and dry, and have similar plants and animals. Here we see a
North American desert
. Click the right arrow at the bottom to visit an
This is the Sahara desert in Africa. It is part of the desert biome. Click the right arrow at the bottom of the screen to visit an Australian desert.
This is the Simpson Desert in Southern Australia. It is part of the desert
. Biomes are made up of different
. Click the right arrow at the bottom to continue.
Use the left and right arrows at the bottom of the screen to navigate the biosphere.
This is the Amazon Jungle in South America. It is part of the rainforest
contains all of the living
things in the jungle. Remember, a
is a place you can find on a map.
is how all of the
things work together in the habitat.
Click the right arrow at the bottom to continue
This is the African Savanna
. it is part of the grassland
The living (biotic) part of any ecosystem is called the
In this picture, the trees, grass, and zebras are part of the
in this ecosystem.
Click the right arrow to learn about populations.
Every community is made of
of living things.
A population is the number of one kind of living thing in a ecosystem
. For example, the population of lions in this ecosystem is about 32,000. http://www.globalpost.com/dispatch/news/science/121206/lion-population-decreasing-along-african-savannahs
After reading the article, click on the right arrow to continue.
This polar bear lives in the arctic tundra ecosystem. The bear is an
is any single living thing, no matter how big or small.
are made from organisms.