2. The Freshwater Biome is water that has a low salt concentration – usually the salt concentration percentage is less than 1%. There are many types of freshwater regions: Ponds and Lakes, Streams and Rivers, and also Wetlands. In the Freshwater biome the biome contains both biotic and abiotic factors.
Biotic Factors in the Freshwater Biome:
Abiotic Factors in the Freshwater Biome:
3. Environmental dangers that affect Freshwater biomes are mostly manmade. These dangers are manmade because humans become careless about the environment they’re in then they just trash the environment and litter everywhere and even in the water. The plants aren’t really affected by the filthy water because water is water no matter how dirty or clean it is. The filthy water does affect the animals that use the freshwater. Some animals that the water affects are the Fish, and all of the other animals that use the freshwater biome. While people trash the freshwater biome some people do the opposite and think of solutions on how you can eliminate the manmade dangers to freshwater biomes. One solution could be for you to put up more signs or go to the government and ask them to put up signs saying that if they trash the biome then they’ll have to pay a fine. Another solution could be to get people to volunteer to clean up the biome and to keep it fresh at all times.
5. The news article that I printed out was titled Safeguarding for Fresh Water. It talked about how almost 3 % of earth’s water now is fresh and the water that is fresh is mostly locked up in glaciers. Also the article talked about how freshwater biomes provides habitat for more than 10 % of known animals and about one third of all known vertebrate species. And finally the article talked about what services it gave to the world, and the services listed were; drinking water,...