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Why Can many ecosystems exist in one biome?

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answered Jan 17, 2017 by anonymous

many ecosystems can exist in one biome which is because it is just a geographic area where ecosystems exist. most commonly grouped biomes are desert, deciduous forests, coniferous forests, arctic tundra, tropical rainforests, grasslands, and taigas. There are also marine and freshwater ecosystems that could be considered as water biomes.

answered Oct 20, 2017 by anonymous
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