THE MEMBERS OF AN ECOSYSTEMS by Abdullah and Shayhan

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THE MEMBERS OF AN ECOSYSTEMS by Abdullah and Shayhan
  1. LADY BUG ( COCCINELLA PERPLEXUS) This is a lady bug and it's a nature protecter as it preys on pesky and plant eating aphids. These creatures can eat up to 50 aphids in 1 day! Though it's preyed on by racoons, frogs, squirrels, carp etc.
    1. RACCOON ( PROCYON IOTOR ) This is a raccoon and these mammals animals are nocturnal which gives them advantages to catch more pray. These mammals are very clever as their I.Q is higher than cats and a little smaller than monkeys. Their ability to retrieve many objects with opposable thumbs, attack and defend in many scenario plus they can rotate theirheads just like us humans to climb ojects. The raccoons eat fish: Carp, Heron, frogs, crayfish, mollusks etc.
      1. SNAIL (MOLLUSC ). This animal is an invertebrates and so, like all invertebrates the slug out of the shell has a nerve net due to their loss of brain and lack of spinal vertebrae. All 100,000 have been divided into 8 groups. The snail presented here is a Gastropod. Mollusks (including snails) eat mushrooms, fungi and algae.
        1. COMMON CARP (CYPRINOS CARPIO) The fish presented above is a common carp. The carp eats corn, minnows, worms, rolled dough and crayfish. This animal may weigh from 2 kilograms - 14 kilograms and they live for a long 47 approx. 50 years in water. Carps live in freshwater. Common carps are mostly found in the south of Ontario: St.Lawrence river, Lake Ontario etc. Carp are differentiated into 9 major species: Silver, Common, Grass, Big head, Crucian, Catla, Mrigal, Black and Mud carp. Though the carps are invasive as they destroy diversity: breaking roots of plants, eating other fish species eggs and algae which many invertebrates survive on.
          1. These are the claws of the crayfish which is a crustacean which lives in freshwater bodies.The crayfish is also an invertebrate like the snail and is an exoskeletal crustacean. Like roaches, crayfish have antennaes to help them feel, taste, smell etc. Crayfish are usually 7.5 centimeters though, some crayfish: Tasmanian crayfish can reach up to 40 centimeters and weigh 8 pounds/ 3.5 kilograms. Crayfsh eat snails, algae and plankton. Cray fish are preyed on by carp
            1. This is a look a like of the Angel mushroom (Amanita Varose). This mushroom is extremely poisonously deadly to humans due, to it's toxins. There are 3 types of these deadly mushrooms: Amanita versa, biosporigera and basida. These mushroom usually make a symbiotic relationship with trees to receive nutrients.
              1. This is a black squirrel (Sciuridae). These rodent live from upto 15-18 and their adult aaverage height is 18 centimeters. They usually weigh 2.8-3.3 kilograms. These rodents eat ladybugs, Staghorn sumacs, acorns, nuts etc.
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