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Gobi Desert Food Web

School project numero deux! Aaaand I'm back with science...LOL I love how the background is so bleughhh xD
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on 10 April 2014

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Transcript of Gobi Desert Food Web

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Food Web
Ephedra
(Producer)
Batis Marit-ima
(Producer)
Saltwort
(Producer)
Wild Onion
(Producer)
Saxual Tree
(Producer)
Tamarisk Tree
(Producer)
Nitre Bush
(Producer)
Halophyte
(Producer)
Grass
(Producer)
(Producer)
Shrubs
Desert/Flying Insects
(Herbivore)
(Primary Consumer)
Musk Ox
(Herbivore)
(Primary Consumer)
Siberian Ibex
(Herbivore)
(Primary Consumer)
Goitered Gazelle
(Herbivore)
(Primary Consumer)
Onager
(Herbivore)
(Primary Consumer)
Cottontail Rabbit
(Herbivore)
(Primary Consumer)
Bactrian Camel
(Herbivore)
(Primary Consumer)
Jack Rabbit
(Herbivore)
(Primary Consumer)
Przewalski's Horse
(Herbivore)
(Primary Consumer)
Kangaroo Rat
(Omnivore)
(Secondary Consumer)
Jerboa
(Omnivore)
(Secondary Consumer)
Gobi Bear
(Omnivore)
(Tertiary Consumer)
Kit Fox
(Omnivore)
(Secondary Consumer)
Plate-Tailed Gecko
(Carnivore)
(Tertiary Consumer)
Marbled Polecat
(Carnivore)
(Tertiary Consumer)
Gray Wolf
(Carnivore)
(Tertiary Consumer)
Snow Leopard
(Carnivore)
(Tertiary Consumer)
Golden Eagle
(Carnivore)
(Tertiary Consumer)
Gopher Snake
(Carnivore)
(Tertiary Consumer)
Finished with ephedras, moving on to shrubs!
Done with shrubs, now let's see grass!
Let's start with the producers by taking a look at what eat ephedras!
Time to check out halophytes!
Let's see the nitre bushes!
Now that we're done with nitre bushes, let's see the tamarisk trees!
Time for a look at the animals that eat wild onions!
Time for the saxual tree-consumers!
Let's see that saltwort consumer!!!
Now let's see the last of the plant-consumers, the batis maritima-consumers!
Thanks for watching (oh, and sorry if it was a bit confusing, I tried to make it as clear as I could!)
Time to see what eat the herbivores of the Gobi Desert!
Let's take a peek at what the carnivores typically eat!
And lastly, what eat the carnivore(s)!
Oh, and of course, what eat the insects of the desert!
*Note
Uhh, to make reading easier, just try to follow the arrow that's in the middle of the screen and that should show the energy flow from one organism to another.
Desert Mushrooms
(Decomposer)
Desert Ants
(Decomposer)
Earthworms
(Decomposer)
Oops! Almost forgot the decomposers!
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