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Biomes and food security   Tags: aquatic, deserts, forests, grasslands, tundra  

Biomes are very large areas on the earth’s surface, with animals and plants adapting to their environment. Biomes plus all of the associated environmental factors within the field of ecology make up an ecosystem. Desserts, forests, grasslands,oceans etc
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'Biomes and

food security'.

1.Understanding what a biome is

2.Investigating various types of biomes and the need for their protection and preservation for the future

3.Assessing the ways that food is used and produced

4.Investigating the crisis of world hunger through looking at the causes and the impacts for the future


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