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The Lion King Ecology Project

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Harley Story

on 9 February 2015

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Transcript of The Lion King Ecology Project

Food Web
Trophic Pyramid
Food Chain
The Lion King Ecology Project
Harley Story February 9, 2015
Biology I/6th Hour

Toucan
ZaZu
Lion
Simba
Warthog
Pumbaa
Antelope
Zebras
Grub
Grass
Hyenas
Meerkat
Timon
Producer
Primary Consumer
Secondary Consumer
Decomposer
Producers
10,000 cal.
1,000 cal.
Primary Consumers
100 cal.
Secondary Consumers
10 cal.
Tertiary Consumer
Mutualism
when both organisms benefit
I feel like a good example of mutualism in the lion king is with ZaZu and Mufasa. Their friendship causes them both to benefit. Mufasa gets a right hand man and ZaZu isn't prey for Mufasa or any of his subjects.
Predation
one organism captures and eats another
Predation in the movie could represent the hyenas
hunting the wildebeest causing the stampede in the gorge.
Commensalism
I think a good example of commensalism in the movie was between Timon and Pumbaa. Timon benefits by being able to rest on Pumbaa's back when gets tired and Pumbaa is unharmed and doesn't benefit.
one organism benefits while the other
is unharmed and doesn't benefit
Parasitism
one organism benefits while
the other is harmed
An example of this would be ed constantly scratching at his fleas. The fleas benefits and Ed is harmed.
Competition
two organisms fighting for the same resource especially when that resource is limited
I think that a good example of competition in the movie is between the hyenas and the lions.
When Scar was in charge, the land looked dead and there was no food.
Succession
Sequence of changes that recreates a damaged community or creates a new community in an area that wasn't inhabited.
The fire started to destroy the environment but then the rain stopped it from being destroyed.
After Simba became king, the pride land took back on its natural form. The plants started to grow back, food wasn't a problem, and the other animals came back.
"The Circle of Life"
"When we die, our bodies become the grass, and the antelope eat the grass. And so we are all connected in the great Circle of Life."
-Mufasa

I believe that this is saying that we are all equal and we are no better than anyone else.
-Harley
Who looks smarter ?
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