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Deciduous Forests Biome

Abiotic Factors

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Abiotic factors are the non-living components of the environment, such as air, rocks, soil, water, peat, and plant litter.

  • Rocks
  • Soil (nutrients)
  • Water (snow, rain, rivers, lakes,humidity)
  • Air (oxygen)
  • Sunlight
  • Wind
  • Temperature
  • Plant litter (plants dropped)

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Above, you can see examples of this biome, where you can see sunlight and the immense number of trees. As well as one of the water forms present in this biome. as rivers.