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Food Web

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Gabby Larson

on 15 November 2012

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Food Web Goji Berries Siberian Ibex These are Producers, and Autotrophs, this means that the plant that holds them makes it's own food. The Brown Bear eats Goji Berries, along with large mountain goats. This make this animal is an omnivore. The Siberian Ibex is an Herbivore, this means that it only eats plants. It is also the prey of the Snow Leopard. Since this animal is a Herbivore, it is a Heterotroph which means that it can't make its own food. Brown Bear Himalayan Grass This is a Producer and Autotroph eaten by large mountain goats, and other herbivores and omnivores in the Himalayan Mountains. Bharal This is a blue sheep of the mountains, this animal is another herbivore and eats the grass on the mountains. It is one of the many types of prey of the Snow Leopard. Argali This is another wild goat of the Himalayas, It is a Herbivore and Consumer, which means that it can't make its own food. Goral This is another goat of the mountains. It is a herbivore and is sometimes the prey of the Snow Leopard. Himalayan Tahr This is another wild goat, it is a herbivore and eats grass, shrubs, and some trees. It is a consumer and heterotroph. Snow Leopard This is the Predator of many wild goats, and is a carnivore which means that this animal eats other animals to get energy. Snowcock This is a small bird that is the prey of the Snow Leopard. It feeds on plants and plant seeds. Hooded Crow The hooded crow is a scavenger, this means that it eats dead animals to make energy. Bacteria Bacteria is a decomposer, this means that it eats dead animals and puts the organic materials into the earth. It eats dead: Hooded Crow, Snow Leopard, Siberian Ibex, Brown Bear, Bharal, Argali, Goral, Himalayan Tahr, and Snowcock It eats dead: Snow Leopard, Siberian Ibex, Brown Bear, Bharal, Argal, Goral, Himalayan Tahr, and Snowcock.
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