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Unformatted text preview: The swamp is a greenish color and visibility through the surface of the water was totally gone. Furthermore, in terms of animal life in the sanctuary, there were several various bird species such as blue jay’s and ducks. The ducks were grazing the water and eventually made their way to land. Although the observable species were limited to birds and squirrels, it is quite apparent that an underground world of smaller organisms exists both in the lake and in the tree filled areas. With more resources, it would be possible to take samples of these tiny organisms such as marine life. Ultimately, this small park provides refuge to nature seekers who feel trapped within the confines of the city. Hall’s pond is a complex ecosystem whose inner workings we can only begin to understand with the naked eye. Hopefully, it will maintain stability in a world of constant ecosystem fragmentation....
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- Spring '08
- pond sanctuary, Science Professor Busher, complex ecosystem, extreme mini version