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By Yvonne Franklin

Deserts could seem like harsh, uninhabitable locations, yet truly they help a various volume of plant and animal existence. And, they are not regularly scorching! Deserts serve a massive function in Earth's life, too. Readers know about cold and warm deserts alike, in addition to semiarid and coastal deserts. From the Horned Lizard to the Saguaro cactus rooted in wealthy soil, the wilderness biome will amaze readers.

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The living things depend on everything around them to survive. Do the lab activity on this page to learn more about ecosystems. Copy the chart from this page onto your paper. Be sure to draw the chart on a large sheet of paper. It should be much larger than what you see here. Write the name of the ecosystem at the top of the chart. In each circle, write the name of something that belongs to that group that lives in the ecosystem. Draw lines from each item, connecting it to every other item that it needs or uses or that needs or uses it.

Lab: What Makes an Ecosystem? An ecosystem is made of relationships. Land, water, air, and living things live together. The living things depend on everything around them to survive. Do the lab activity on this page to learn more about ecosystems. Copy the chart from this page onto your paper. Be sure to draw the chart on a large sheet of paper. It should be much larger than what you see here. Write the name of the ecosystem at the top of the chart. In each circle, write the name of something that belongs to that group that lives in the ecosystem.

An ecosystem is made of relationships. Land, water, air, and living things live together. The living things depend on everything around them to survive. Do the lab activity on this page to learn more about ecosystems. Copy the chart from this page onto your paper. Be sure to draw the chart on a large sheet of paper. It should be much larger than what you see here. Write the name of the ecosystem at the top of the chart. In each circle, write the name of something that belongs to that group that lives in the ecosystem.

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