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Science » Life Sciences » Botany

Organisms and Their Environments

provides video clips and interactive resources for learning about biomes, habitats, and plants and animals. Find lessons on how plants get energy, life as a plant, living vs. nonliving, the needs of living things, plant life cycles, producers and consumers (and decomposers), and where creatures live. (Teachers' Domain, Multiple Agencies)

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Interesting Fact:

The beaver is the largest rodent in North America. One of the most notable traits of this species, however, is not its size but its ability to transform its environment to suit itself. Most animals have at least some effect on the environment around them.
Image of a blue jellyfish.

Is it alive?


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