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An ecosystem is a term used for a place that contains interconnected living (biotic) and non-living (abiotic) things. An ecosystem can be small (eg. a puddle) or large (eg. a forest, pond, or desert). An ecosystem includes all of the plants and animals (biotic factors) as well as different things such as air, water, types of soil, etc. (abiotic factors) that may influence them.

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