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Is the Tropical Rainforest and ecosystem?

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    did you mean Is the Tropical Rainforest an ecosystem? well here is a definition for ecosystem.


    Ecosystems are the interactions between the living things and the nonliving things in a place. In an ecosystem, the plants, animals, and other organisms rely on each other and on the physical environment – the soil, water, and nutrients, for example.

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    yah that's what I meant, thanks

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    -sara-

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    you're welcome:-)

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