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How Do Seaweeds Adapt To Their Habitat?

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Even though seaweed is very adaptable to any kind of environment, there are only two basic requirements that are necessary for seaweed to sustain. Seaweed can only live in sea water and it needs enough sunlight reaching them so they can carry on the process of photosynthesis.
Like plants on earth use carbon dioxide and sunlight to produce oxygen for human beings to survive, seaweed use carbon dioxide in water and sunlight to produce carbohydrates for the marine life to survive. There would be no marine life if there wasn't any seaweed. Seaweeds can and does survive in all the oceans around world and on earth. It is, however, very important that seaweed have a firm point of attachment, which helps seaweed adapt to their habitat and live.
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Sea weed changes to the different typed of climates, such as the weather. They can change different colours such as green,red,brown and yellow. Seaweed is mainly found in the sea but can also be found on rocks and on sand. Red alge is a type of seaweed which is usually found in warm tempertaure.
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Seaweed does not die, it has little life left into it and washes up to shore. The Chinese use it for sushi or other animals eat it

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Even though seaweed is very adaptable to any kind of environment, there are only two basic requirements that are necessary for seaweed to sustain. Seaweed can only live in sea waterand it needs enough sunlight reaching them so they can carry on the process of photosynthesis. 
Like plants on earth use carbon dioxide and sunlight to produce oxygen for human beings to survive, seaweed use carbon dioxide in water and sunlight to produce carbohydrates for the marine life to survive. There would be no marine life if there wasn't any seaweed. Seaweeds can and does survive in all the oceans around world and on earth. It is, however, very important that seaweed have a firm point of attachment, which helps seaweed adapt to their habitat and live.
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Even though seaweed is very adaptable to any kind of environment, there are only two basic requirements that are necessary for seaweed to sustain. Seaweed can only live in sea waterand it needs enough sunlight reaching them so they can carry on the process of photosynthesis. 
Like plants on earth use carbon dioxide and sunlight to produce oxygen for human beings to survive, seaweed use carbon dioxide in water and sunlight to produce carbohydrates for the marine life to survive. There would be no marine life if there wasn't any seaweed. Seaweeds can and does survive in all the oceans around world and on earth. It is, however, very important that seaweed have a firm point of attachment, which helps seaweed adapt to their habitat and live.
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Seaweed is a plant that lives in the ocean and it needs a firm surface to live on and it is also used by humans a lot for example the Chinese use it to make sushi and it also has a lot of vitamins in it.
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The ecological existence of seaweeds depends upon two factors which are the presence of sunlight and that of seawater. In order to adapt to any kind of environment, it is important for seaweeds to have a point to which they can attach themselves. The seaweeds can adapt to different kinds of environments within the sea and they undergo changes according to that environment. There are a lot of different niches within the sea in which the seaweeds exist and adapt accordingly. Some seaweeds live in zones which are constantly wetted by the water while some live in areas which are relatively dry.

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