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Chapter 5-Vogel

a living thing that makes its own food producer
a living thing that gets energy by eating other living things as food consumer
a consumer that gets it food by eating other animals carnivore
a consumer that eats only plants herbivore
a consumer that eats plants and animals omnivore
a living thing that breaks down dead things for food decomposer
an animal that hunts other animals for food predator
an animal that is hunted by a predator prey
shows the path of food from one living thing to another food chain
a diagram that shows how energy gets used in a food chain energy pyramid
overlapping food chains food web
_________are producers. Plants
________are consumers. Animals
Some examples of producers are: grass, berries, trees, plankton
Some examples of consumers are: bear, wolf, birds, lion
Some examples carnivores are: wolf, lion, bobcat, shark
Some examples of herbivores are: rabbit, grasshopper
Some examples of decomposers are: earthworms, mushrooms, bacteria