Freshwater Biomes By mikalah and Orion

Climate and location

The locations are Lakes, ponds, rivers and streams and the climate winter 35% Fahrenheit and in the summer it is 75% Fahrenheit.
Geography and Physical features
The features Water, fish, plants, sand, trees and waves
The plants in freshwater biomes
The plants are Algae, water lilies, duck weed, cattails and grasses and weeds.
Animals that live in a freshwater biome
The animals Fish, insects, amphibious, beavers, reptiles, turtles and dolphins. Birds will eat the smaller animals. Estuaries contain large amounts of animal life.
People and biome facts
Without freshwater we would die because we need water to stay alive and it also provides energy transportation. Then we want it for fun stuff like fishing boating and swimming

Credits:

Created with images by bella67 - "drip drop of water wave" • clondike7 - "Water" • adactio - "Forest lake" • Archbob - "sunrise lake water" • U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service - Northeast Region - "Pond" • Andrewkim - "lotus nature plants" • AndyRobertsPhotos - "Yarmouth & Freshwater" • James St. John - "Tursiops truncatus (Atlantic bottlenose dolphins) (Pine Island Sound, Florida, USA) 4" • Phil Roeder - "Short Walk Off a Long Pier" • 3093594 - "spring lake water nature"

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