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Sorting out life

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BC: Thank You! This Mix-Book was Created by Becca Smith And Matthew Strong

FC: Sorting Out Life

1: Individual An individual is a single organism. Such as a hawk, or a fox.

2: Population Population is a group of one species living in one designated area or location at one time. Such as, Butterflies or flowers.

3: Community A community is more that one species of living creatures co-existing in one area.

4: Ecosystem-an environment

6: Abiotic Anything that is not living, such as a rock or mountain.

7: decomposer-anything that feeds off dead flesh or gets rid of bacteria.

8: Human effect on Environment-pollution, Global Warming, etc.

9: Species Adaptation is when a certain species adapts to its surroundings in order to survive.

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  • Title: Sorting out life
  • Presentation with pictures. To correctly represent individual, population, community, ecosystem, abiotic, decomposer, human efect on enviornment, species adaptation.
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  • Published: almost 9 years ago