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Habitat Food Chains

Evidence of a plant or an animal that lived a long time ago fossil
Harmful substances mixed with water, air, or soil pollution
Green plants, which make their own food producers
Animals, which cannot make their own food consumers
Animals that eat only plants herbivores
An environment that meets the needs of an organism habitat
Movement of food energy in a series of organisms food chain
Living things that feed on the wastes and remains of plants and animals decomposers
Consumers that eat prey predators
Animals that eat only meat carnivores
What happens when all members of a species die out extinction
Food chains that overlap food web
The role that each living thing has in its habitat niche
Created by: Hootlc2005