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Is It Living ... Or Is It Not?

 
The Earth is full of living and nonliving things. Living things are called organisms. Living things rely on other organisms and even nonliving things to survive.
As you explore this unit of Sci-ber Text, notice the some of the relationships found on Earth.
 
Who Is An Organism?
Dead or Alive?
Are You Among the Living or the Nonliving?
Where Do You Feel Most At Home?
Change, Change, Change
Hey, Neighbor
Ouch! I'm Squished.
Could It Be True?
 
 
EarthMoonImage
LivingOrNotLivingImage
ForceMotionImage
GravityImage
HeatAndEnergyImage

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Updated October 24, 2008 by: Glen Westbroek

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