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Mount Rainier National Park

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Transcript of Mount Rainier National Park

Ariana's Ecology Project- Food Web
Tertiary Consumer
Tertiary consumer eat secondary consumers. They are heterotroph and can be carnivores or both carnivores and omnivores.

Examples:
Mountain loin- heterotroph and carnivores
Decomposer
Producers
Producers are plants. Producers make their own food and are autotrophs. An autotroph is an organism that obtains its carbon from carbon dioxide. They do not feed on others. They are also biotic.

Examples:
Cascade aster- autotroph
Douglas fir- autotroph
Heather- autotroph
Huckleberry(blue berries)- autotroph
Moss- autotroph
Primary Consumers
Located In the state of Washington.
14,410 feet above sea level.
An active volcano.
Spawning 6 major rivers.
Mount Rainier National Park
Primary Consumers are herbivores. A herbivore is an animal that eats aototrophs (plants). All animals are heterotrophs. Heterotrophs can not obtain its cabon from carbon dioxide. Must feed on other organism.

Examples:
Deer- heterotroph and herbivore
Mountain Goats- heterotroph and herbivore
Elk- heterotroph and herbivore
Chipmunks- heterotroph and herbivore
Decomposers break down nutrients in dead animals and plants and return those nutrients to the soil. They are heterotrophs.

Example:
Mushrooms- heterotroph
Secondary Consumers
Secondary consumers eat primary consumers. They are carnivores (meat-eaters) and they can be omnivores (animals that eat both animals and plants). They are heterotrophs.

Examples:
Black bears- heterotroph and omnivores
Bobcats- heterotroph and carnivores
Coyotes- heterotroph and omnivores
Racoons- heterotroph and omnivores
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