Differences of Oligotrophic and Eutrophic Lakes?

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The environment of a oligotrophic and eutrophic is a lake or a pond. Oligotrophic means full of a lot of oxygen but no nutrients for plant growth. Eutrophic means having lots of mineral and organic nutrients. This means it has a lot of plants and algae. So there is very little oxygen in the water and other organic life (fish and insects) die.
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