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What a community is made up of?

All of the individuals of a species that exist together at a given place and time make up a population. A community is made up of all of the populations in an area. The living and nonliving factors that living organisms need plus the communities of organisms themselves make up an ecosystem.

Similarly, what is an example of an animal community?

Community, also called biological community, in biology, an interacting group of various species in a common location. For example, a forest of trees and undergrowth plants, inhabited by animals and rooted in soil containing bacteria and fungi, constitutes a biological community.

What is the community of plants and animals?

All of the plant and animal populations living in a habitat interact and form a community. The community of living (biotic) things interacts with the nonliving (abiotic) world around it to form the ecosystem. The habitat must supply the needs of organisms, such as food, water, air, and space to grow.

What is a community of living organisms?

All the populations living and interacting within a particular geographic area make up a biological (or biotic) community. The living organisms in a community together with their nonliving or abiotic environment make up an ecosystem.
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