Rivers and Springs
Presented by Joshua Claudio & Francisco Bencon
Rivers & Springs
Different kinds of rocks are found at the bottom of the rivers and springs. The rocks that are in the bottom of the rivers and springs are made up of limestone, silt, or even clay.
The water could be a nice blue color or a dark brown color.
The clay and sand there is usually at the bottom of the water and is of course wet and muddy.
Some endangered animals in the rivers and springs are the Florida Manatee, American Alligator, and the Snapping Turtle. Some living organisms are the Snapping turtle, American turtle, beaver, belted kingfisher, blackgum, bladderwort, buttonbush, cattai, cottonwood, crayfish, dragonflies, Florida manatee, mayflies, pickerelweed, red maple, river cooter, river otter, snails, wild rice, and wood duck are apart of the rivers and springs.
Rivers and Springs food chain
Rivers and Springs (Human Impacts)
The positive impacts human has is that human can help animals that are endanger, and it helps raise money for saving animals. An example of positive impact is in blue springs they keep manatees safe from alligators, and other predators. Although we make a lot of mistakes in the environment we still help it.
The Endangered Crocodile
Species: A. mississippiensis