An ecosystem is a group of living and non-living things that live in the same area. All elements of an ecosystem interact. Ecosystems have no particular size. They can be as large as a rainforest or a lake, or as small as a bush or a puddle. Even a tiny drop of water is an ecosystem. The biggest ecosystem on planet Earth is Earth itself. Ecosystems can be aquatic or terrestrial. Thet can also be man-made, such as aquariums and terrariums.
1. ANALYSE AND ORGANISE
1. WHAT IS AN ECOSYSTEM.
2. PARTS OF AN ECOSYSTEM.
3. DIFFERENT TYPES OF ECOSYSTEMS.
4. FOOD CHAINS.
- ¿What an ecosystem include?
- Identify examples of flora and fauna of your Natural Park.
- Name examples of the non-living components of your Natural Park.