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What Lives in a Pond Ecosystem?

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Glacier-dug potholes, diverted streams, beaver activity and underground springs form ponds. In quick-draining areas of little or seasonal rain, ponds are short-lived. They dry out as the temperature increases. They freeze solid in winter. Ponds in
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an ecosystem i smade out of 2 things: boitic ans abiotic elements( living and non-living things) so in that case, the pond ecosystem has to have a living and non-living thing. so
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A pond is an example of an aquatic (water-based) ecosystem. Aquatic
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Ponds are aquatic freshwater ecosystems that form in depressions in the Earth's surface. They consist of a quiet body of water, with no wave action. Some ponds form after spring flooding
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