Ecosystems. Lesson #1. How Living Things Depend on Each Other (What We’d Like to Find Out). The Riverbank Environment. Aquarium:. a tank or pool or bowl filled with water for keeping live fish and underwater animals. Terrarium:. a n enclosed area for keeping and raising animals or plants.
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a tank or pool or bowl filled with water for keeping live fish and underwater animals
an enclosed area for keeping and raising animals or plants
ecosystem:all living things including microorganisms, existing in a community of living organismsAn ecosystem includes nonliving elements, too. (air, water, sunlight, etc.)
The science concerned with the relationship of living things to each other and to their natural environment:
1.) Name a situation in nature where one living thing
depends on another.
2.) Look at the riverbank environment again.
Imagine that people began to build a city in this
area. What would change? List all changes that
you can think of.
3.) What problems might occur when humans
interfere with an environment? What could you
do to clear up the problems caused by humans?