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Ecological Problem
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Nothing's perfect.

There are some problems with the temperate woodlands. Humans are a major one. Humans cause pollution, and pollution harms the biome.

A major ecological problem in the Teperate Woodland biome, is pollution caused by the cities nearby. Specifically acid rain. Acid rain is a major change to the wheather. This change in the wheather has effected the wildlife. An experiment could be conducted to test the effects of pollution. It could be testing the differences in plant growth, from natural rain to acid rain. A follow-up on this could be to test the effects of an animal eating the plant watered with natural rain against an animal eating the plant watered with acid rain.

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