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posted by Evalyn Carver

Two abiotic factors of a habitat COULD include
A) birds and bees.

B) snails and snowfall.

C) mosquitoes and mushrooms.

D) clouds and the air.
I think it's either D or A. Please correct me if I am wrong. I appreciate the help! Thank you so much!

  1. Ms. Sue

    Look up the word ""abiotic."

  2. bobpursley

    abiotic. No including living things. Not A

  3. Evalyn Carver

    Is it C?

  4. Evalyn Carver

    Sorry I meant D

  5. Ms. Sue

    Did you see bobpursley's response?

  6. Ms. Sue

    Yes, D.

  7. Evalyn Carver

    YAY Thank you SOOOO Much I love you guys!!! Thank you!!

  8. Ms. Sue

    You are very welcome. :-)

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