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Polar Bears : Arctic Ecosystem

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robbie faagata

on 3 October 2012

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Transcript of Polar Bears : Arctic Ecosystem

Interesting Facts "POLAR BEARS IN THE ARCTIC" polar bears are carnivores they are our top level consumers and our apex predator polar bears have black fur under their white fur coat they are the largest carnivores that lives on land polar bears scientific name is 'Ursus Maritimus' Urus Maritimus White Arctic Fox Secondary- Level Consumer Baby Harp Seal Beluga Whale Sea Gulls White Arctic Reindeeer " In our belief, people in modern days say that polar bears (Urus Maritimus)are soon to be extinct..." First Level Consumers Third-level Consumers Waterfowl Musk Ox I'd like to introduce to you our Secondary Consumers; Secondary Consumers are eaten by third level consumers
and feed on first level consumers. (Now did you know that) Trout Now we present to you our first level consumers FOLLOW ME OVER HERE Producers Grasses Berries The Sun Kelp These are our producers! Our producers
are also autotrophs. Our examples are kelp from the sea,
berries, and grasses. Decomposers Arctic Beetle Arctic Bacterias Arctic Mushroom Arctic Slime Mold http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polar_bear SOURCES http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_decomposers_are_in_the_Arctic http://birding.about.com/od/birdfeeders/a/What-Do-Ducks-Eat.htm http://www.google.com/ ANY QUESTIONS
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