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ECOSYSTEMS

ecosystems

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WHAT DO CARNIVORES EAT? OTHER ANIMALS
WHAT DO OMNIVORES EAT? PLANTS AND OTHER ANIMALS.
WHAT DO HERBIVORES EAT? PLANTS.
WHAT DO PREDATORS DO? THEY HUNT OTHER ANIMALS FOR FOOD
WHAT DO SCAVENGERS DO? THEY EAT THE REMAINS OF DEAD ANIMALS.
WHAT IS A PREY? THEY ARE ANIMALS WHICH ARE HUNTED BY OTHER ANIMALS FOR FOOD.
THE PART OF A FOOD WEB WHICH HAS MORE ENERGY? PRODUCERS
DIFFERENT TROPHIC LEVELS: PRODUCER, CONSUMER, SCAVENGER AND DECOMPOSER
THE FIRST ORGANISM IN THE FOOD CHAIN IS A... PRODUCER OR PLANT
WHAT HAPPENS WHEN A NEW ANIMALS IS INTRODUCED INTO OR DISAPPEARS FROM THE FOOD WEB OF AN ECOSYSTEM... THAT CAUSES COMPETITION AND CHANGES TO THE ECOSYSTEM.
DECOMPOSERS ARE MAINLY FUNGI, BACTERIA AND EARTHWORMS.
Created by: jcostoya