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Transcript of Nathan Harp
red diamond rattle snake
california harvester ant
western fence lizard
red tail hawk
orb weaver spider
big eared woodrat
great horned owl
western scrub jay
western spadefoot toad
the sun gives energy to all plants
california buckwheat gives energy to small mamals and other herbavores
the brush rabbit gives energy to many large mammals and other carnavores
cyotes are predetors to many small mammals and sometimes predetors to deer too
despite the mountain lion's name, it is not a lion, but is a relitive to lions.
all animals are decomposed by fungi. at least the remains are.
the california sagebrush is eaten by many small mammals and herbavores
the red diamond rattlesnake eats many small mammals
mission manzanita is eaten by many small mammals and insects
california harvester ants are small but strong.
the western fence lizard has many preditors including hawks
the red tailed hawk is a magnifacint creture
that has very little preditors.
tyon is eaten by many insects and herbavores
the spittle bug is eaten by many birds
the orb weaver spider got its name by its orb like webs
camaise is eaten by many different mamals
the big eared woodrat is a relative of the mouse
the western scrub jay is not a type of blue bird even though it looks like a blue bird
the gopher snake can eat many snakes even rattlesakes
mule fat is does not get its name by looking like a mules fat.
the mule deer is a herbavore and has a lot of preditors
the bobcat has very little preditors and many preys