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Chmsc lab school science project

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  • 1. CHMSC Lab. SchoolScience Project Prepared by: Robert John T. Urbano
  • 2. Kinds of Consumer• There are three kinds of consumer: • Herbivore- animals that eat only plants and most of this animals have flat teeth. • Carnivore- animals that eat only meat and most of this animals have sharp teeth. • Omnivore- animals that eat both meat and plants and they have both flat teeth and sharp teeth.
  • 3. Herbivores• Herbivores- they usually eat grass.• Most of this animals have flat teeth• Mostly seen in grass lands where they can eat grass.• In a food chain, herbivores are primary consumers.
  • 4. Examples OfHerbivores
  • 5. Alpac
  • 6. Carnivores • These are animals that eat mainly meat.• These includes insects and all animals. • Some carnivores are: • Feline(including big cats) • Birds of prey(hawks, eagles owls and etc.) • Shark • Frog • Spiders• Mostly these animals have sharp teeth.
  • 7. Examples OfCarnivores
  • 8. Vulture
  • 9. • These are living being that eat both meat and plants. • Some omnivores are: • Humans • Most bears • Raccoons • Most primates • seagulls and others birds
  • 10. Examples OfOmnivores
  • 11. Bear

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