Aquatic (both freshwater and marine) systems

The distinctive eco system present under water is reffered as equatic system. An ecosystem is an entity formed by the interaction between living organisms and the physical environment. It is classified into two main categories: Terrestrial ecosystems and Aquatic ecosystems. Terrestrial ecosystems contain organisms that depend on physical environment on land masses of continents. Aquatic ecosystems are systems composed of living organisms and non-living elements interacting in a watery environment.

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