The Great Barrier Reef
Learn About the Wonders Below The Pacific
About The Great Barrier Reef
Some of the Organisms Living In the Reef
Sea Grass is a producer, it provides food for a lot of organisms in the ocean. A producer is something that gets its energy from the sun. It is a plant. Some other producers in the coral reef are mangroves, algae, plankton, cope pods, seaweeds, and mainly coral.
The Sea Turtle is also an important part of the coral reef. It is a secondary consumer. A secondary consumer is something that eats other living organisms, but is not at the top of the food chain. Some other secondary consumers are larger reef fish, sea sponges, etc.
The Lobster is big part of the Great Barrier Reef, because it is something called a decomposer. A decomposer is something that decomposes organic material, and in this case, it is on the ocean floor. Some other decomposers in the coral reef are crabs, sea cucumber, some snails, bristle worms, etc.
Competition in the Great Barrier Reef
What Are Some Animals Competing for In the Great Barrier Reef?
Here are the pictures that describe the levels of organization in the Great Barrier Reef.
Harmful and Benificial Meanings
Beneficial- Favorable or advantages, resulting in good
Here are the tings that cause harmful and beneficial activities in my ecosystem.