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1 Living Things and Their Needs climate environment biome Living Things and Their Needs Living Things and Their Needs soil humus structure shelter adaptation

2 soil (soil) A mixture of tiny rock particles, minerals, and decayed plant and animal matter. Where do living things live? environment (en vī´rən mənt) All the living and nonliving things that surround a living thing. climate environment biome soil humus biome (bī´ōm) An area of land or water that has certain kinds of living and nonliving things. climate (clī´mit) The average weather patterns of a region. humus (hū´məs) Leftover decomposed plant or animal material in soil.

3 Biomes This camel lives in a desert. Deserts are biomes that have dry climates and sandy soil. Deserts can be hot or cold.

4 How do plants get what they need? structure (strək´chər) A thing that is developed or built for a particular use. leaves roots stems structure

5 gills How do animals get what they need? shelter shelter (shel´tər) A place or object that protects an animal and keeps it safe.

6 What helps living things survive in their environments? adaptation adaptation (a´dap´tā´shən) A special trait that helps a living thing survive in its environment.

7 Review Main Idea What are adaptations and how do they help living things survive? An adaptation is a special feature or behavior that helps a living thing survive. This bears claws are an adaptation that help it catch fish.

8 Review Main Idea How do living things get what they need from their environments? Living things have structures that help them get what they need from their environments.

9 Review Draw Conclusions Could a redwood tree survive in the desert? Text CluesConclusions Redwoods grow along the California coast. Redwoods are normally found along the coast. Here the cool, damp climate and rich soil are just right for them to grow. The deserts warm, dry climate and sandy soil will not allow the redwood tree to survive in the desert.

10 Review Vocabulary biome climate A) B) the average weather patterns of a region broken-down plant and animal material C) an area of land or water that has certain kinds of living and nonliving things environment Match each word with its definition. humus D) everything that surrounds a living thing

11 Review Vocabulary soilshelter A) B) a place or object that protects an animal and keeps it safe a thing that is developed or built for a particular use C) a mixture of tiny rock particles, minerals, and decayed plant and animal matter adaptation Match each word with its definition. structure D) a special trait that helps a living thing survive in its environment

12 Review Read a Diagram How do leaves help plants get what they need?

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