Ocean Ecosystem. By Mac

Ocean ecosystems or marine ecosystems are made up of a community of living and nonliving things found in a localized area in any ocean. In an ecosystem, the plant life and animal life support one another and are each dependent on the other for the success of the ecosystem.
For starters, did you know that 94 percent of life on Earth is aquatic? That makes us land-dwellers a very small minority. . The deep sea is the largest museum on Earth: There are more artifacts and remnants of history in the ocean than in all of the world’s museums, combined.
This is the atlantic ocean
Biotic factors include plants, animals, fungi, algae, and bacteria. Abiotic factors include sunlight, temperature, moisture, wind or water currents, soil type, and nutrient availability. Ocean ecosystems are impacted by abiotic factors in ways that may be different from terrestrial ecosystems.
Tempature is 39 degrees. The precipitation is 52. There are also underwater volcanoes.
The competition is sharks v. Small fish. Predator-Shark. Prey-Tuna.
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Animals adaptations are that they hide from predators. Plants adaptations are they develop gas and air sacs to breathe.
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Created with images by Pok_Rie - "wave water ocean" • werner22brigitte - "flying seagull bird" • Unsplash - "jellyfish underwater sea" • rhinman - "ocean beach" • cluczkow - "ocean" • lpittman - "divers underwater ocean" • Three-shots - "ocean sea wave" • skeeze - "crab hermit macro" • diego_torres - "seven sisters reefs ocean" • dave_7 - "Chevrolet Citation"

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