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Producers and Consumers Subject: Science (Grade 6)
Producers (N) Those who make their own food Sun Producer
Consumers (N) Animals that only eat (v) plants are primary (adj) consumers. Sun ProducerPrimary consumer Depend (v) upon (p) Other (p)
Secondary (adj) consumers are animals that eat primary consumer. SunProducerPrimary consumerSecondary consumer Consumers (N) Depend (v) upon (p) Other (p)
Animals that eat secondary consumer animals are called tertiary (adj) consumers. Consumers (N) SunProducerPrimary consumerSecondary consumer Tertiary consumer Depend (v) upon (p) Other (p)
Start with one food chain..
Now add another food chain that connects to the first food chain.
Next add another food chain that connects with the first and second food chains.
Next add another food chain that connects with the first, second, and third food chains.
Lastly, add another food chain to the first, second, third, and fourth food chains.
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