It depends on the ecosystem in question – anything from a tide pool to the Amazon Rainforest could be considered ecosystems. An ecosystem is made up of loads of different parts – it’s a “community of living and non-living things that work together”. In the Amazon, for instance, the ecosystem consists of everything from the soil, to the bugs living in the soil, to the trees growing in the soil, to all the animals (jaguars, monkeys, birds) which call the forest home. Everything in the ecosystem has a particular job, the equilibrium of which helps the ecosystem as a whole function.
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