Ecological Relationship Biodiversity

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Ecological Relationship Biodiversity

Ecological FactorsBiotic - Lions , Bugs , Hyenna's.Abiotic- The River , The Sun & Soil

Grassland-Very big opened field, with green grass.Desert- A very hot and dry land. Little bugs around. Tropical Rainforest-Beautiful flowers , lots of trees, colorful bugs, lakes and rivers.

In real life lions do not swing from vines, Baboons dont give lion cubs the ritualistic births, baboons do not paint, lions are not bestfriends with warthogs & meerkats, & lions dont have birds as godfathers nor messengers.

In the Lion King toward the end of the movie Scar and the Hyenna's had more of a parasitism relationship. Scar had betrayed his"friends" the hyenna's leaving the hyenna's to kill scar. Parasitism is when the host is harmed but the symbiont benefits!


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2 threats to biodiversity will be the over hunting and the habitat loss. A way over hunting can be rectified is if the animals didnt all hunt for the same food at the same time. In the movie they ran out of food due to lack of leadership. So if he was a better leader & knew where other food was then maybe they wouldnt have ended up over hunting. As well as habitat loss. A bad leader leaded the colony to having no habitat. The trees & grass died. A way we can rectify habitat loss if is the king give out certain jobs to certain animals to help rebuild their habitat.

The sun is to plants & plants to animals( Giraffe) & animals (lions, hyenna) to decompsers( Voulters) & then back into the ground

One relationship is competiton. Toward the end of the movie Scar was still king and the land started running low on food , so they then started competing for food since it was becming scarce. Also Simba & Scar competed for the king slot.Another relationship is

Ecological Relationship

CyclesThe sun grows the grass. The antelope eats the grass, the lion eats the antelope. But when they die they bodies decompose into the grass with more sunlight


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