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Iram Nandolia Sunesara 1 st Science
An ecosystem for many animals.
Many animals live in trees and make it there habitat.
Butterflies are biotic factors.
Abiotic factors is anything that is nonliving in an environment.
1.Water 2. Sunlight 3.Oxygen 4.Temperature 5.Soil
One of the 5 examples- water.
All plants are producers.
Sealions are consumers.
Giraffes are herbivores.
Sealions are carnivores.
Most people are omnivores.
Tree fungus is an example of decomposers.
This is an example of a food chain.
This is an example of a food web.
This is another drawn picture for food chain.
This is a another picture of a food web.
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