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Abiotic and biotic factors
What is the Antarctica ecosystem?
Antarctica life and ecosystem
Antarctica is the highest, whitest, driest, coldest and windiest continent on Earth. It’s so cold that creatures often retreat to the sea to warm up. Add 24 hours of darkness during the winter months, and it’s a wonder anything lives there. Yet, Antarctica has thriving ecosystems on land and in the water.
Antarctica Food Chain and Webs
Antarctica Food Chains and Food Webs
A simple Antarctic food chain is the secret to the success of the baleen whales - keep the chain short and transfer as much energy as possible as efficiently as possible.
Antarctica Food Web
A brief article about the food web and factors affecting the the climate of Antarctica.
Ecosystems: Interactions and Relationships