- 01. Any changes made in our [ecosystem] affect all the plants and animals that live there.02. Destroying one part of the [ecosystem] affects every other part of it.03. As you wander down the beach, you encounter different tiny [ecosystems], each with its own plant and animal life.04. The [ecosystem] of the forest is upset significantly when too many trees are removed at once.05. By harming the [ecosystem] of our planet, we endanger the balance of nature itself.06. Scientists are wondering what has changed in the [ecosystem] of the area that has resulted in the death of an alarming number of frogs.07. The richly forested [ecosystem] of the west coast is home to a wide variety of plants and animals.08. The [ecosystem] is this area is extremely fragile because it is so small and so specialized.09. Scientists have determined that each type of dolphin specializes in catching prey that lives within its specific [ecosystem].10. Hawaii has 150 recognized [ecosystems].11. Tropical bats are key elements in rain forest [ecosystems], which rely on the bats to pollinate flowers, and disperse seeds for countless trees and shrubs.12. The country of Guyana boasts a number of very different [ecosystems] supporting many different trees, plants, insects, reptiles, amphibians, fish and mammals.13. Coral reefs are home to over 25% of all marine life, and are the world's most fragile and endangered [ecosystem].14. British Columbia's giant underwater seaweed forests comprise [ecosystems] which are more diverse than rainforests.15. The wildebeest are one of the most important parts of the [ecosystem] of Serengeti National Park.16. Science tells us that healthy [ecosystems] provide humans with things like food, clean water, clean air, and protection from natural disasters.
Grammatical examples in English. 2013.