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Discipline:
Social Studies
Subject:
Geography
Grade:
5

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{Pond}Ponds are body's of standing water. This is usually snaller than a river. Humans also create ponds. Some are made for aquatic animals.

{Fens}A fen is one of the main types of wetlands. The others being grassy marshes, forested swamps and peaty bogs.

{Bogs}Bogs are mires that accumulates peat A.K.A dead plant material. Bogs occur when water on the ground surface is acidic and low in nutrients.

{Sloughs}The slough is a type of wetland that has a shallow lake system. This word is typically used to describe a wetland.

{Marshes}Marshes are a type of wetland that are often dominated by grasses, bushes or reeds. It is sometimes along the edge of a small river.

Great Blue Heron's have long feet sp they can see a further distance so that it can see any predators. It also has a big beak so it can reach down in the water to grab and eat any fish that gets caught in it's mouth.

{Great Blue Heron}

Snapping Turtle's have a huge spiky shell so that if a predator attacks it can go into it's shell and go to a defensive position. And since it has a huge spikey mouth anything that gets caugh in it's mouth might never come out.

{Snapping Turtle}

Cattails and other water plants produce food for animals such as mallards, muskrats and turtles.

{Producer's}

{Consumer's}

Animals like the Great Blue Heron can consume lifeforms such as frogs, bullfrogs, bass and other fish.

{Decomposer's}

Snails are decomposer's beacause they break dead and/or decaying organisims.


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