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What are ecosystems

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  • 1. What areecosystems?
  • 2. EnvironmentAll the living and non-living things around aliving thing.
  • 3. Q) Identify the living andnon-living things in theenvironments below.Q) State why each livingthing lives in that specificenvironment?
  • 4. Why do living things livein specific environments?Living things live in specific environmentsbecause they can find:1) Food,2) Water and3) Shelter they need.
  • 5. Q) State how living thingsinteract with other livingand non-living things inthe followingenvironments.
  • 6. EcosystemMade up of all the living and non-livingthings that interact in an environment.
  • 7. Organism(1 animal or 1 plant)
  • 8. Group of pandas
  • 9. Group of deer
  • 10. PopulationA group of organisms ofthe same kind living inthe same place.
  • 11. Q) State how manypopulations are there ineach picture.
  • 12. 1
  • 13. 3
  • 14. 3
  • 15. 0
  • 16. CommunityAll the populations thatlive in an ecosystem atthe same time.
  • 17. Q) State how manycommunity/ies are therein each picture.
  • 18. 1
  • 19. 1
  • 20. 1
  • 21. HabitatThe place in theecosystem where apopulation lives.

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