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Savannah Beatty

Bob Jones Science 4 Lesson 5-6

What are three things an animal may use to get its food? claws, speed, and beaks
Give an example of animals competing for resources. A fox and a bear in competition for berries.
List three types of shelter an animal might use for protection. caves, trees, nests
Living in groups helps some animals provide food, protection, and protection for their young
Types of nonliving things are: air rocks soil sunlight temperature water
Types of living things are: fish flowers grass humans rabbits trees
All living things are called organisms
All the nonliving things surrounding an organism are called its environment
All the living and nonliving things in one area are known as an ecosystem
Ecosystem can be small or large
The kinds of living things that can live in an ecosystem are determined by the environment
Three nonliving things that determine the kinds of plants and animals that can live in an ecosystem are sunlight, soil, and water
Living things can survive only in an ecosystem where their needs are met
All living things have basic needs such as food, water, and shelter
Anything that can meet a need of a living thing is called a resource
Plants need light to make their food
Animals cannot make their own food. They get their food by eating plants or other animals
Animals that are food for other animals are called prey
Some animals work together with other animals or plants in pairs called partnership