Daily Moon Mail: September 2nd
Habitat Information: Earth- Vilnius, Lithuania
Information about the AISV, Vilnius, Lithuania Habitat
All these are examples of Biotic factors, but there are also many Abiotic factors, including machinery, fences, pavement, bricks, benches, and rubbish bins. The examples here all have one thing in common: they are not alive, nor are they dead. This makes them Abiotic factors.
As you can see, there is a good balance of Biotic and Abiotic factors around AISV, which makes it a warm, welcoming, convenient, and comfortable place to live. As the students would say: "AISV is the place to be!"
- Humans around the school.
- Trees, flowers, and plants around the school.
- Grass all around the school.
- Insects around the school, including bees, wasps, flies, and mosquitos.
- Birds around the school and in the local area.
- Machinery around the school due to construction.
- The school buildings.
- The benches dotted around the grounds.
- The pathways located around the school, so we can get around.
- Rubbish bins, so we can dispose of garbage.
- Fences and dividers, separating our area into different parts.
Abiotic Factor: Paths
There are many such features around the school, mostly things that people here would use to enhance their living quality. This is an example of an Abiotic factor here at the school.
Biotic Factor: Trees
There is a lot of greenery located around the school, which means that people here also have good air, and beautiful scenery around. These trees are an example of a Biotic factor here at the school.