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provides video clips and interactive resources for learning about life cycles and processes, ecosystems, and human influences on ecology. Find lessons on biomes, coral reef ecosystem, population growth, and exploring the "systems" in ecosystems. (Teachers' Domain, Multiple Agencies)

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Interesting Fact:

The flow of energy from one form of life to the next begins with plants. Through the process of photosynthesis, plants harness the Sun's energy and use it to transform carbon dioxide and water into the food molecules that sustain them. The energy stored in these molecules nourishes not only the plants that produce them, but also nearly every organism on Earth.
Energy Flow in the Coral Reef Ecosystem

Coral reef ecosystem

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