Is a wetland a biome?


Is a wetland a biome?


Biomes are large areas across the world that have similar climates and organisms. They can be broadly described as either terrestrial or aquatic. Terrestial biomes are grouped by the types of vegetation they have and aquatic biomes are distinguished by the type of water they have.

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Wetlands are a biome type that have free standing water either permanently or seasonally. They are not just areas that hold water after it rains but...

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What Is a Biome? - Definition & Types

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Chapter 32 / Lesson 21

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