Activity 4; Break it down! Ecosystem Abiotic components Biotic Components FOREST Directions: E separate shee explanation t OCEAN ABIOTIC CC RIVER 1. I choose t1 FISH POND 2. This word 3. It is differ VEGETABLE GARDEN 4 In addition 5. Finally, t1 Q1. Are the living things found in one ecosystem the same with what you found in other ecosystems? Cite an example. Q2. What can be found in an ecosystem? Q3. Can you consider a flower pot as an ecosystem? Why? Materials: Use
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