Water biome By jaycee sharber

Water Lilly's sit on top of the water so that they can get the sunlight

Seaweed has special roots that hold on to the rocks and dirt in the ground to keep the plants from washing away in a storm

Algae sits on top of the water and is a single cell organism so if it splits up it won't die.

Mangroves sit on top of the water and take in the saltwater from the ocean and as it is going through its roots it filters out up to 90% of the salt in the water so that it can survive.

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Created with images by clondike7 - "Water" • RyanMcGuire - "lotus water lily dahlia anemone"

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