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Types of Ecosystems: Biomes

Experience all of Earth’s biomes in this complete learning module.
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Experience all of Earth’s biomes in this complete learning module. The informational text, quick video clips, interactive puzzles, and review questions give secondary students the opportunity to explore how ecosystems are categorized into biomes, and to learn the defining characteristics of the twelve biomes of the world: tropical rainforest, temperate rainforest, deciduous forest, taiga, savanna, temperate grassland, chaparral, desert, tundra, mountain, freshwater, and marine biomes. In addition, the varied activities enable learners to explore the multitude of ways in which the actions of humans impact the above biomes.

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