What is an Ecosystem?
The word ecosystem is split into two parts: Ecological and system. Ecological means is the relationship between a living thing, and where it lives. Example: A rabbit lives in it's hole for protection. It lives in the forest or prairie because it provides all the food and stuff that it needs. A system is what you do over and over. It's similar to a K-12 year olds agenda (waking up, go to school, go home, and go to bed, every weekday, and then occasionally something else). Both of those means what a living thing usually does with its surroundings, over, and over, again.
Some biomes of an Ecosystem:
Tropical Deciduous Forest
Mid-Latitude Deciduous Forest
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