Food chains project

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  • 1.  
  • 2. Q: Explanations of what these words mean
    • A) Biomass : dead plant and animal material suitable for using as fuel
    • B) Food Chain: a series of living things which are connected because each group of things eats the group below it in the series
    • C) Producer: a company, country or person that provides goods, especially those which are produced by an industrial process or grown or obtained through farming, usually in large amounts
    • D) Consumer: a person who buys goods or services for their own use
    • E) Herbivore: an animal that eats only plants
  • 3. Q: Explanations of what these words mean 2
    • F) Carnivore: an animal that eats meat
    • G) Predator: an animal that hunts, kills and eats other animals
    • H) Prey: an animal that is hunted and killed for food by another animal
    • I) Decomposer: an organism such as a bacterium or fungus that makes dead plant and animal material decay
  • 4.
    • A) Plant
    • B) Sun
    • C) Consumers are Herbivore, Zooplankton and Carnivore.
    • D) predators: killer whale , sword fish , eagle and snake , mouse, fish .
    • prey: insects, plants and phytoplankton.
    FOOD CHAINS
  • 5. The pyramid food chain
    • The carnivore (eagle) feeds on the carnivores (snakes). The carnivore feeds on the herbivore (rabbits) and the herbivores feed plants.
  • 6. Pictures of animals
  • 7.
    • Jeong ‘n’ Elyse did !!!
    • Thanks for watch @_@