What picture does not belong in a wetland system?

What picture does not belong in a wetland system?
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Using the other activities and information learned throughout the Wetland Activity Booklet, students will use their knowledge to identify which picture does not fall into the same group as the others.

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1. Pitcher Plants and Sundews are both carnivorous plants, the moss does not fall into this category.
2. Oscar Sherer State Park is mostly Florida Scrub habitat and supports animals adapted to live in severely dry and sandy conditions. Crystal Springs, Everglades, and Big Shoals State Parks are wetland ecosystems including riverine, marsh, and swamps.
3. Water lettuce is an invasive species whereas spatterdock and pickerel weed are native wetland plants.
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