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Interactions in Ecosystems

Interactions in Ecosystems

The interactions in ecosystems are about how living things (biotic factors) and their environments (abiotic factors) connect.

What Are Soil Horizons?

What Are Soil Horizons?

Soil horizons are layers in the soil, each with different characteristics. They form over time, due to various natural processes.

What Is the Prime Meridian?

What Is the Prime Meridian?

The Prime Meridian is a line that splits the Earth into the Eastern and Western Hemispheres, passing through Greenwich, London.

10 Types of Forces

10 Types of Forces

A force can make things move, stop, or change direction. For example, types of forces include gravity, friction, and magnetism.

5 Types of Ecological Relationships

5 Types of Ecological Relationships

Nature interacts in some pretty interesting ways. Ecological relationships are like the friendships and rivalries in nature’s big community.

5 Steps of Fossilization

5 Steps of Fossilization

Fossilization is a process that turns once-living organisms into stone-like fossils. Today, we’ll look into the steps of fossilization.

Calendar Days for the Environment

Calendar Days for the Environment

These environmental calendar days remind us to take care of our planet. We can plant trees, cut down on waste, and learn about nature.

10 Parts of the Eye

10 Parts of the Eye

Our eyes are one of the most complex body parts because it’s like our window to the world. Learn about 10 important parts of the eye.