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The Food Chain

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Teika Clavell

on 25 February 2013

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Transcript of The Food Chain

The Food Chain Decomposers Producers Predator Prey Consumers The Links An organism that generally
obtains food by feeding on other
organisms or organic matter due to
lack of the ability to manufacture own
food organisms that generate their own food from sources in their physical environment. An organism, often a bacterium or fungus, that feeds on and breaks down dead plant or animal matter animals that live by preying
on other organisms for food. Many
predators hunt and eventually kill
their prey, such as lion preying
upon a buffalo, mantis eating a bee,
baleen whale consuming millions of
microscopic plankton, etc. Can you name the predators and prey you saw in the video? the animal being hunted; or the organisms being eaten Herbivore an animal that gets its energy from eating plants, and only plants Carnivore A flesh-eating animal, or any member of various predatory, flesh-eating organisms Omnivore a kind of animal that eats either other animals or plants. Coexistence Cooperation The Balance when two different things or groups of people exist together at the same time or in the same place, without the need to compete for limiting resources. beneficial but non-essential interaction between two
species in a community How could these two species benefit each other?
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