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Population Equation Song

Here is a song I created to help my 6th grade students study. I hope you enjoy.Caught up and they can't find more foodNo room or spaceHard to surviveWhen the weather will change and they're dying from thisAnd that's the way they stop growingThe limiting factors canPrevent increasesPopulation equationSome in, some outSometimes it's from birth or death ratesIt's also immigration, emigrationOne's in, one's outChanging how manyThe population changesAnd they can't grow in placeResources make it that wayMeasure to the top of the Pop(ulation)An area's supportingAnd that's the way animals stayAround the same number thereCarrying capacityPopulation equationSome in, some outSometimes it's from birth or death ratesIt's also immigration, emigrationOne's in, one's outChanging how manyThe population changesSome in, some outSometimes it's from birth or death ratesIt's also immigration, emigrationOne's in, one's outChanging how manyThe population changesThis whole pop..ulations changingThis whole pop..ulations changingThis whole pop..ulations changingComing and going and going and coming and goThis whole pop..ulations changingThis whole pop..ulations changingThis whole pop..ulations changingComing and going and going and coming and goPopulation equationSome in, some outSometimes it's from birth or death ratesIt's also immigration, emigrationOne's in, one's outChanging how manyThe population changesSome in, some outSometimes it's from birth or death ratesIt's also immigration, emigrationOne's in, one's outChanging how manyThe population changesThis whole pop..ulations changingThis whole pop..ulations changingThis whole pop..ulations changingComing and going and going and coming and goPopulation equationThis whole pop..ulations changingThis whole pop..ulations changingThis whole pop..ulations changingComing and going and going and coming and goPopulation equation
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