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5th grade owl pellet

STEM Camp day 1 vocab

Regurgitated to bring food that has been swallowed back to and out of the mouth
Pellet a small, hard ball of food
Esophagus the tube that leads from the mouth through the throat to the stomach
Gizzard a part in the stomach of a bird in which food is broken down into small pieces
Bones any one of the hard pieces that form the frame (called a skeleton) inside a person's or animal's body
Shrews a small animal that looks like a mouse with a long, pointed nose
Rodents a small animal (such as a mouse, rat, squirrel, or beaver) that has sharp front teeth
Hunting the activity or sport of chasing and killing wild animals
Grassland land covered with grasses and other soft plants but not with bushes and trees
Barn a building on a farm that is used for storing grain and hay and for housing farm animals or equipment
Countryside land that is away from big towns and cities
Consumer Animals cannot make their own food so they must eat plants and/or other animals.
Producer An organism that makes it's own food.
Consumer An organism that must eat other living things for energy.
Decomposer An organism that breaks down dead things to get its energy
Herbivore An animal that eats plants
Carnivore An animal that eats meat
Omnivore An animal that eats plants and meat
Invasive Species an animal that does not naturally live in an area. They may cause harm to environments or humans .
Native Species an animal that naturally lives in an area.
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