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Food Chains

algae A pond food chain can begin with these plant-like producers.
carnivores Animals that eat other animals.
consumers Animals that cannot make their own food.
decomposers The food chain ends with these as they break down organisms and return the nutrients to the soil.
food chain Shows how energy passes from one organism to another as food.
fungi Plant-like decomposers that break down what is left of dead animals.
herbivore A primary consumer (eats plants).
omnivore An animal that eats both plants and animals, like a bear.
producer Organisms that produce their own energy through photosynthesis.....plants.
Created by: MrsScholl