Life Science Review. By: McKinley Bryson. Water and Carbon Dioxide-Oxygen Cycles. Questions 1-3. Water Cycle diagram. Evaporation. Condensation.
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By: McKinley Bryson
If we had too many plants then we would have too much oxygen in the air.
If we had too many animals or pollution, then we would have too much carbon dioxide in the air.
Here are 4 different possibilities of what would happen if one of the organisms in the food chains shown above died:
*I used the question #7 food chains
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