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Tropical Rainforest Food Web
Transcript of Tropical Rainforest Food Web
http://www.itsnature.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/kingvulture2.jpg Jaguar Jaguar are an example of a consumer. They get energy by eating other organisms. This also makes them a heterotroph. Jaguar eat Anteaters, Spider Monkeys, and Two-Toed Sloths. Spider Monkey The Spider Monkey is the prey of the Jaguar. It eats fruit, spiders, bird eggs, and nuts. Toucan Toucans consume bugs such as termites, and various fruits. This means that Toucans are omnivores. Some of their predators are Boa Constrictors and Pit Vipers. Two-Toed Sloth The Two-Toed Sloth is an herbivore, It eats ferns and other plants. The Jaguar is one of its predators. Ferns Ferns are autotrophs or producers. This means they produce their own energy with the sun during a process called Photosynthesis. The Two-Toed Sloth eats Ferns. Boa Constrictor The Boa Constrictor is a carnivore. It eats Toucans and Monkeys. One type of monkey is the Spider Monkey. Pit Viper Pit Vipers eat Red-Eyed Tree Frogs and sometimes Toucans. They are consumers. Red-Eyed Tree Frog The Red-Eyed Tree Frog eats flies, moths, crickets, and smaller frogs. Its predators are snakes, birds, bats, and small alligators. King Vulture The King Vulture is a scavenger. It eats many different organisms, all of which were dead before it began eating them. It doesn't kill its own prey.