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Did You Know Biotic And Abiotic Features Are Both Needed To Create a Healthy Ecosystem?

An abiotic factor of an ecosystem is something that is a non-living part of the ecosystem for example air is an abiotic component. A biotic factor is a living part of an ecosystem which also helps contribute to the ecosystem and benefits other biotic components along with abiotic features of the area. All plants and animals are considered to biotic features. in our day to day lives we depend on things like water and the air we breath in order to survive therefore both biotic and abiotic factors are necessary to create a good living environment.

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