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The Rocky Mountain Food Web

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Colin Lacey

on 7 September 2010

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Transcript of The Rocky Mountain Food Web

On our planet's surface, And in the Rocky Mountain
Ecosystem, All living things - from the lowliest plants
to the most ferocious carnivores - Trace the energy that sustains them back to one single source... That source is... Sol. Our sun. Rays of light from the sun entre Earth's
atmoshere, and become an abiotic factor within the biosphere. Producers That light energy is used by the Earth's flora to produce
a sugar known as glucose. This is the plant's sustenance. Heterotrophs Autotrophs Primary Consumers These are the herbivores which feed upon plant
life for food. Secondary Consumers Tertiary Consumers Red-tailed Hawk
Grey Wolf Lynx Wolverine Grizzly Bear Long Tailed Salamander Mountain Bluebird Mallard Duck Water Vole Hoary Marmot Snowshoe Hare Bighorn Sheep Moose Wood Ant Yellow Glacier-Lily Northern Sweet-Vetch Willow Shrub Canada Buffaloberry Secondary consumers are carnivores and omnivores, feeding on
animal life for their food. Omnivores also act as primary consumers. Tertiary consumers are carnivores who also consume other carnivorers at the third level. Apex Predators Apex predators are at the top trophic level and have no natural predators. 3 4 5 2 1
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