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Food Web Project
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The Wonders of the Red Sea 317 Colour Photos and Illustrations. N.p.: n.p., n.d. Print. Fan Worms Producers Algae - Primary Producer
Plankton - Primary Producer
Mangroves - Primary Producers Consumers Clown Fish - Secondary Consumers
Angel Fish - Secondary Consumers
Jellyfish - Secondary Consumers
Butterfly Fish - Secondary Consumers Decomposers Fan Worms - Tertiary Consumers
Sea Cucumber - Tertiary Consumers Abiotic Factors Sunlight - The sun is the primary source of energy. It shines on the coral reef 365 days a year. Eats everything on food web. Biotic Factors Tiger Shark - Tertiary Consumer
Remora - Tertiary Consumer
Spotted Eagle Ray - Tertiary Consumer
Dolphins - Tertiary Consumers Crab - Primary Consumer Predator - Prey Relationships Clown Fish - Plankton, Algae
Butterfly Fish - Algae
Crab - Plankton, Algae
Angel Fish - Algae
Jellyfish - Plankton
Dolphins - Butterfly Fish, Angel Fish, Clown Fish , Crabs
Spotted Eagle Ray - Crabs
Remora - All of the scraps of what a tiger shark eats
Tiger Shark - Clown Fish, Angel Fish, Butterfly Fish, Dolphins, Spotted Eagle Ray
Fan Worms - Everything in the food web Symbiotic Relationships Commensalism Tiger Shark - Remora The remora swims on top of the tiger shark and when the shark kills something the remora catches and eats the scraps from the shark and the shark is unharmed or benefited from the remora doing so, Eats what ever Tiger Shark eat. These organisms depend on each other mostly for food. If one of these organisms disappeared it would leave a whole other species with out something to eat. In the case of the remora, the remora depends on the tiger shark for not only food but for shelter because not other animal will attack the remora while it is one top of the tiger shark. THE END Shells - Found on the floor of the coral reefs and are homes to some small fish and algae also grows on them. Rocks - The rocks serve as some of the protection along with the coral for the creatures Water - The water is clear so the sun can get through and its average temperature year around is about 26 degrees C Depth - The coral reefs live in very shallow water because the animals and coral need to be close to the sun to survive. Mangroves Sea Cucumber Eats everything on the food web.