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Food Chain of the Tundra Biome

Food Chain
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Brooke Casias

on 17 December 2012

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Transcript of Food Chain of the Tundra Biome

Primary Consumer Producer Predator The Tundra Biome Arctic Hare eats the sedge Definition: organisms that eat producers. Primary consumers in the tundra include lemmings, arctic hares and caribou. Secondary Consumer Definition: organisms that eat primary consumers. Secondary consumers in the tundra ecosystem include polar bears, wolves and arctic foxes. The Food Chain Decomposers Definition:photosynthetic organisms that make their own food from energy provided by the sun. Sedge in the Arctic Arctic fox will eat the Arctic Hare Definition: the fourth trophic level that contains carnivores that can eat the secondary consumers or the primary consumers Arctic wolves can eat the arctic fox, or the arctic hare.
Arctic wolves along with polar bears can be considered one of the top predators of the tundra biome. Definition: a soil bacterium, fungus, or invertebrate, that decomposes organic material. After all of the lower levels of the food chain die, decomposers take over, and break them down. Decomposers recycle the remains. Lichens and mosses are decomposers in the tundra. The End
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