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StealerGirly50

  • 2 years ago

Why would decaying logs in the woods not be an abiotic factor?

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  1. lanre
    • 2 years ago
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    Abiotic factors are non living things in the environments. Decaying log cannot be classified as nonliving because it was a living thing before. In fact death is one of the characteristics of living things. All living things will die and decay.

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    thanks

  3. lanre
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    The bottom line is that decaying logs was once a living thing so it cannot be classified as abiotic factor ( non living)

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    you are welcome.

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