Marine biome plants and animals

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Marine Biome by Grace Hansen

In this introductory non-fiction book, Abdo Kids does a great job of teaching young readers about biomes, including this title on Marine Biomes. Through slightly complex sentence structure children will learn all about Marine Biomes--the different types of water they encompass, and the plants and animals that live there. Crisp photographs depict different components of Marine Biomes throughout the text. This book familiarizes primary students with non-fiction text features. Includes a table of contents, bold words, a glossary of terms, index, more facts, and a code to abdokids.com. Rather than just basic information on the website, this code gives students access to information, activities, a video, and links. A wonderful series on biomes for any primary collection.
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Marine Biome By. There are almost 8, species of green algae, but they can all be found in damp places that contain water. They exist in colonies in the shape of ribbons. KELP Kelp is a large brown seaweed that grows underwater. They can be found in cold areas farming "Kelp Forests". They are well known for reaching 30 to 80 meters in growth. They help to increase water clarity and reduce erosion by reducing wave energy and trapping loose sediment.

The aquatic biomes, or ecosystems, of the world include freshwater and saltwater biomes. Freshwater biomes comprise rivers and streams, lakes and ponds, and wetlands. A saltwater biome could consist of oceans, coral reefs, estuaries, etc. A huge number of species of plants and animals live in aquatic biomes. Both freshwater and marine biomes contain specific regions, or aquatic zones, each exhibiting certain species of plants and animals. Wetlands contain the greatest diversity of species in the world.

Rivers and Streams

The marine biome is the largest biome in the world. This biome boasts of more than distinct species. Marine biome is characterized by salty waters that have a lot of biodiversity making up numerous complex ecosystems. The absence of a biotic factors means oceans would be lifeless. Water depth and water temperature significantly affect the life that exists in this biome. Marine biome is a division of aquatic biome, which also consists of freshwater biome.

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