Aquatic Biomes - Freshwater

Av Alison Blyth

Freshwater biomes are communities of plants and animals associated with freshwater habitats. They are a vital part of planet Earth’s ecosystems and we rely on them in many ways. Over 40% of all fish can be found in freshwater biomes, along with many species of reptiles, amphibians, birds and mammals. They are also home to a huge variety of plants, including some that float on the water’s surface. Read about why freshwater biomes are so important to the environment and why they are under threat.

Anbefalt alder: 9+

Kategori: Books from America, Books in English, English, English Non-fiction

Språk: Engelsk

Forteller: Jocelyn Ahlf - Brabec

Illustratør: Darko Pavlovski

ISBN: 978-82-322-2217-9