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Red Sea Food Web
Transcript of Red Sea Food Web
Something abiotic however, is the exact opposite, it is not living,brreathing, or consuming, but it has an effect on the ecosystem examples of this are water, the sun, oxygen, and soil. SYMBIOSIS Symbiosis is when 2 things share something in common and at least 1 of them benifits from it, some examples of this are...
Crabs will often live inside corals, giving them a home, and in return for the coral, it gets protection from the crab calling the coral home.
Shrimp nest in corals as well, this gives homage to the shrimp but the corals is unaffected. RED SEA FOOD WEB TYPES OF FAUNA There are 6 kinds of living things, Herbivores, Carnivores, Omnivores, Decomposers, producers, and last but not least, scavengers
Herbivores only eat plants
Carnivores only eat meat
Omnivores eat both plants and meat
Producers create food by a process called photosynthesis
Decomposers take matiriels taken from the earth and reform it back to soil
Scavengers eat dead things, no matter what they are THANK YOU FOR WATCHING! CREATED BY: JOHN RUSSELL BIOTIC & ABIOTIC FACTORS FOOD WEB BIOGRAPHY
Food web created in- http://www.jogtheweb.com/run/fgPQHoGrQyAV/Food-Web#1
Information given by-
www.nationalgeographic.com Predator/Prey Reltionships cuphasid/dinoflagellate
water flea/ dinoflagellate
water flea/ diatoms
sea urchin/ coraline algae
sea urchin/ bull kelp
water flea/ euphausiid
yellow-eye mullet/ crab
tiger shark/ yellow-eye mullet
dolphin/ yellow-eye mullet
octopus/crab SUN Bacteria