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Food Web (the savanna ecosystem)

My food web will include the energy source, producers, primary consumers, secondary consumers, and tirchiry. Please give it a like!! :)
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Rostam Shams

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Transcript of Food Web (the savanna ecosystem)

Sun (Energy Source) Grasses
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Producer Baobab tree
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Producer Zebra
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Primary Consumer
Herbivore Baby elephant
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Primary consumer
herbivore Antelope
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Primary consumer
herbivore Gazelle
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Primary Consumer
Herbivore Hyena
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Secondary consumer
Omnivore Leopard
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Secondary consumer
carnivore African wild dog Description:
Secondary consumer
omnivore) Jackal
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Secondary consumer
carnivore Cheetah
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Tertiary consumer
carnivore Lion
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Tertiary consumer
Carnivore Vulture
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Scavenger
carnivore Marabou stork
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Scavenger
carnivore The Savanna Ecosystem Senegal Gum Acacia
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Producer (Eats the circle) (Eats the circle) Termite
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Decomposer Fungi
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Decomposer Mushroom
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Decomposer African Land Snail
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Detritivore Dung Beetle
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Detritivore (Eats the decaying plants and animals) (Eats the decaying plants and animals) Fun Fact:

Did you know that an african wild dog can eat 100 kilograms of adult meat in just 15 minutes? The African Savanna Producers: Secondary Consumers: Tertiary Consumers: Scavengers: Decomposers: Detritivores: The sun provides energy for the producers which are the plants. The baobab tree uses the sun's energy to produce their own food and it provides food for the primary consumers (antelope, baby elephant, zebra, and the gazelle). The Senegal gum acacia tree uses the sun's energy to produce it's own food and it provides food for the primary consumers (antelope, baby elephant, zebra, and the gazelle). Grasses uses the sun's energy to produce their own food and it provides food for the primary consumers (antelope, baby elephant, zebra, and the gazelle). An antelope uses it's energy from the producer and it provides food for the secondary consumers (Leopard, Hyena, african wild dog, and the jackal). The baby elephant uses the energy from the producer and it provides food for the secondary consumers (Leopard, hyena, the african wild dog, and the jackal. Primary Consumers The zebra consumes the Baobab tree, Senegal gum acacia tree, and grasses. It provides food for the secondary consumers (Leopard, hyena, the african wild dog, and the jackal). The gazelle consumes the Baobab tree, Senegal gum acacia tree, and grasses. It provides food for the leopard, hyena, the african wild dog, and the jackal. The leopard consumes the antelope, baby elephant, zebra, and the gazelle. It provides food for the tertiary consumers (cheetah, lion). The hyena consumes the antelope, baby elephant, zebra, and the gazelle.
It provides food for the tertiary consumers (Cheetah, lion). The african wild dog eats the antelope, baby elephant, zebra, and the gazelle. It provides food for the tertiary consumers (Cheetah, lion). The jackal eats the antelope, baby elephant, zebra, and the gazelle. It provides food for the tertiary consumers (Cheetah, lion). The cheetah consumes the leopard, hyena, the african wild dog, and the jackal. The lion consumes the leopard, hyena, the african wild dog, and the jackal. A vulture eats all the plants and animals after it is dead. A Marabou stork eats all the plants and animals after it is dead. The African land snail feeds on dead organisms and breaks them down into smaller pieces. The Dung beetle feeds on dead organisms and breaks them down into smaller pieces. A termite consumes and breaks down dead,decaying organisms and brings the nutrients back to the environment. A mushroom consumes and breaks down dead, decaying organisms and brings the nutrients back to the environment. Fungi consumes and breaks down dead, decaying organisms and brings the nutrients back to the environment.
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