Biomes
Ecosystems
Food Chains
Space
Physics
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What is a biome? And How many are there?
A Biome is a large ecosystem that has its own kinds of plants, animals, and soil. There are 6 Biomes.
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What is a Biotic Factor? Give an example.
All living things in an enviornment. Plants, animals, bacteria, etc.
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What are producers? Give an example of one
Producers are organisms that make their own food using the energy in sunlight. Examples of producers are plants, grasses, and trees.
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C

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A

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What are the Deciduous forests? And do we live in that biome?
Deciudous forests have trees that lose their leaves each year. There are a total of 4 seasons. And yes, we live in that biome.
200
What is an Abiotic Factor? Give an example.
All nonliving things in an environment. Water, Rocks, soil, light, etc.
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What are Consumers? Give an example
Organisms that cannot make their own foods are called consumers. Examples are mammals.
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A

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A

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What are Grasslands?

Grasslands is a biome where the main kind of plant is grasses. Grasslands get some, but not much, rainfall.

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What is an ecosystem?
An ecosystem is when all the biotic and abiotic factors in an enviornment come together.
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What are decomposers?
Organisms that break down dead and decaying matter into wastes and simpler substances
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D
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A student measures the distance traveled by several toy cars in different time periods.

Car        Order

E            3

F            2

G            4

H            1

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What are tropical Rain forests?
Tropical rain forests are along and near the Earth's equator. The Biomes are hot and humid with plenty of rainfall.
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What is a habitat?
A Habitat is where organisms in an ecosystem live
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What is an adaptation?

Adaptations are traits or behaviors that help living things survive in their environment.

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D

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500
What is the largest Biome in the world? Explain it.
The largest biome in the wolrd is a Taiga. A Taiga is a cool forest biome in the upper regions of the north. Contains lakes and ponds.
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What is the difference between a desert and Tundra?
A desert is a sandy or rocky biome with very little rainfall. The Tundra is a cold, dry biome without trees. The ground is frozen all year.
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Who is on top of the food chain? Be specific.
Third consumer.
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