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A type of consumer that gets its food by breaking down animal wastes and the remains of dead plants and animals Decomposer
It eats only plants Herbivore
A symbiotic relationship that benefits both organisms involved. Mutualism
The animal that predators eat. Prey
An organism that eats both plants and animals Omnivore
A producer in a food chain Autotroph
When an organism in a symbiotic relationship benefits but the other organism gets harmed. Paratism
An organism that eats other organisms. Consumer
They eat the remains of animals that have died. Scavenger
An organism that makes it own food Producer
It eats only meat. Carnivore
A consumer in a food chain Heterotroph
An animal that feeds on other living animals. Predator
Is a symbiotic relationship that benefits an organism but doesn't help or harm the other. Commensalism
A relationship between two organisms of different species that benefit from the relationship. Symbiosis
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