why can many escosystems exist in one biome?...

asked Jan 8, 2017 in Chemistry by kennyaellis2001
Why can many escosystems exist in one biome?

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answered Jan 8, 2017 by anonymous
Many ecosystems can exist in one biome because a biome is huge, and take the Marine Biome for example.There are different zones that things live in, or ecosystems. There are ecosystems right by the shore, a little farther out, and one right in the middle of the water... So there can be many in one biome because a biome is just one category, like tundra, or marine.
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commented Oct 24, 2017 by Arrionn Wesley
great this really helped for my homework
answered Oct 24, 2017 by anonymous

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