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Ecosystem Voluculary Quiz 2

carnivore a meat-eating animal
decomposer an organism that breaks down the substance of dead organisms (ex: mushrooms and bacteria)
Dependent relying on something or someone for support (ex: fish depend on water)
food chain the process of being passed along from a plant to a plant-eating animal to a meat-eating animal. (ex: clover>rabbit>coyote)
food web a group of food chains that are linked together
herbivore a plant eating animal
life span the length of time from beginning of development (birth) to death of the plant of animal.
omnivore an animal that eats both plants and other animals
predator an animal that hunts and eats other animals
prey an animal that is hunted or eaten by other animals (mice are the prey of cats)
producer a living thing that makes food (plants)
scavenger an animal or insect that feeds on the remains of dead animals (ex. vultures, ants, crickets, snails, isopods.)
consumer any organism that can not produce its own food, such as animals, including humans.
Created by: brianconniem