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The energy connection
Transcript of The energy connection
Secondary Consumer: Feeds on primary consumers.
Tertiary Consumer: An organism that largely eats primary and secondary consumers.
Food Chain: Shows how energy flows from one organism to the other. Ocean Ecosystem Producers: Seaweed, Seagrass, Kelp, Algae, and Phytoplankton
Herbivores-Manatees, Starfish, and Green Sea turtles
Omnivores- Damsels, Clownfish, and Dottybacks
Carnivores- Anemones, Sharks, and a Stingray
Decomposers: Shrimp, Hagfish, and Seasponges
Scavengers: Crabs, Lobsters, and Blue-Hake
Primary Consumers: Dugong, Sea Slugs, Sea Urchins, and Betta Fish
Secondary Consumers: Comb jellyfish, Sunfish, Squid, and Octopus
Tertiary Consumers: Grey Reef Sharks, Seals, and Dolphins.
Scavener: molluscs, crustaceans, and zooplankton Food Web Seaweed Algae Kelp Sea Slug Clownfish Sea Urchin Squid Octopus Dolphin Shark Green sea trutle Algae Phytoplankton Shellfish Shrimp Green is Producer
Blue is herbivore/primary consumer
White is decomposer
Pink is omnivores
Black is secondary consumer
Red is tertiary Tertiary consumer-dolphin secondary consumer- octopus primary consumer- sea urchin Producer-Kelp Prezi Credits library.thinkquest.org fish-journal.com sentientdevelopments.com coosacreek.org Energy Pyramid tumblr.com bonairediveandadventure.com Comb Jellyfish Damsel Fish Decreasing Organism Increasing Energy