Humans can challenge an ecosystem because they tear the animals' homes down. They also litter and pollute. I can help prevent littering to help more ecosystems and animals.
Animals can challenge the ecosystem because if animals become extinct then the ecosystem population will shorten.
To protect the animals that are greatly endangered
Cutting down trees can challenge a ecosystem to help a ecosystem is to panting trees and plants and making farms.
I think hunters can challenge an ecosystem a lot. I can help reduce the hunting by making new no hunting signs,in places that don't have any.
The thing that can challenge an ecosystem is mainly pollution. That is main thing that is is taking over our animals' habitat. If we can reduce the pollution around the world that would be great. I can reduce the amount of pollution by throwing my trash in the garbage. Also, I can tell my family to recycle and throw their own garbage in the trash can.
One of the ecosystems challenges is pollution how we can reduce this way is by keeping the earth clean by picking up litter and also do not be the litterer this could help the ecosystems because they won't have to work so hard keeping bad stuff away from all of the good things in ecosystems.
Well, there are many things that can challenge an ecosystem that can ruin it. What I think is the most important that can challenge an ecosystem is trash and junk we don't need. Okay, so when you litter, pour liquid, and pollution. We can reduce out ecosystem by being really careful of animas habitats and not littering and feeding the earth junk. When we want to throw something out we must be really careful and think twice when we start to do that,
The think that pollution and destroying habitats can challenge an ecosystem. Also destroying trees can challenge an ecosystem. I can stop this by taking care of nature and NOT littering. I will do my best to protect nature. Can you do the same?
I think that pollution can challenge a ecosystem, also I think that I can stop that by telling people to stop littering, also I could pick up any trash that I see on the ground.
I think the thing that can challenge ecosystems are humans! I think this because usually humans destroy ecosystems when they build new things like factories, oil rigs, technology, and etc. Also, animals can go extinct if people keep making more and more buildings. I can help reduce this by asking people to help save wildlife and many animals. I could also teach some people why we shouldn't make more things that harm ecosystems. I make videos on how we can save wildlife. The last thing I can do is make a speech with the class on how we can save the ecosystems
eWhat I think can challenge an ecosystem is hunters because hunters kill animals, and if the animals start being extinct the plants wouldn't grow. Example: Bees sip the nectar out of flowers which help flowers grow. But if Bees go extinct they wouldn't grow. Also what challenges an ecosystem is the food chain running out of food that means no food for animals, and a lot of animals dying that is what would challenge an ecosystem. We can make a little less harmful if we post a video telling people animal are friends not food, tell everybody that by killing one animal you are actually killing ten.
The thing that can challenge an ecosystem is people throwing trash on the ground and animals can die from eating it and the ocean sea turtles can choke and died from cans. I can stop it from telling people not to leave trash on the ground and stop throwing trash in the ocean.
I think what can challenge a ecosystem are humans. People litter all of the time so then it kills animals. People themselves kill animals too. Not just with littering but with hunting animals and killing them. Some people create fires in forests and then the forest is demolished, and some people don't care if they ruin our ecosystem. We can stop hunting animals all of the time, we can stop littering, and we can stop creating wild fires purposely, and it doesn't just challenge the land it can also challenge the ocean. Littering and killing animals in the ocean is just as bad as doing it on land.
Mrs. Gunter's 5th Grade Class