Abiotic factors - environment Florida has favorable conditions for specific animals For example alligators survive best in warmer fresh waters

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Kati e Putney Abiotic factors Abiotic factors are non-living components that affect the living organisms. Some examples of abiotic factors are cloud cover, altitude, the season, amount of sunlight, and amount of rain All of these factors contribute to how an organism exists and adapts to its environment. An organism cannot live in unfavorable conditions, so they relocate, or adapt to the changing
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Unformatted text preview: environment. Florida has favorable conditions for specific animals. For example, alligators survive best in warmer fresh waters, therefore it is the perfect place for alligators to live. Strawberries and citrus fruits are also examples of things that require the environment that Florida provides....
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2011 for the course BIO 1005 taught by Professor Grosvner during the Fall '10 term at Polk Community College.

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