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Unit Two Assessment: Food Chains and Food Webs Study Guide
The main source of all energy is? grass Seeds sunfish
If you chose the SUN as the main source of all energy…you are correct.
What is an animal that hunts and eats other animals called? PredatorPrey ConsumerHerbivore
What is an animal that hunts and eats other animals called? PredatorPrey ConsumerHerbivore Predators eat other animals. Prey is an animal that is eaten by another animal. A consumer is something that eats something else. Herbivores are plant eating animals.
What is the food chain for an owl? Pause the slide and draw the food chain for the owl on a piece of paper.
Does yours look like one of mine? If not make your corrections shrew rodent mole bird
Put this food chain in the correct order. Write them down on a piece of paper. Remember to use arrows. frog lettuce snake slug
Here is the correct food chain. Did you get it correct? lettucesnakeslugfrog
What is a producer? Which of these is an example of a producer? lettuce snakeslugfrog
A producer is the first link in a food chain. It is often a green plant. Example of a producer is: lettuce
What is a consumer? Which of these is an example of a consumer that is not a predator? lettucesnake slug frog
A consumer is something that eats something else. The slug is a consumer because it eats the lettuce, but is not a predator because it doesn’t eat other animals. lettucesnake slug frog
What is a predator? Which of these is an example of a predator, but not a prey? lettucesnake slug frog
A predator is an animal that eats another animal. The snake is an example of a predator, but not a prey. lettucesnake slug frog
What is a prey? Which of these is an example of a predator and also a prey? lettucesnake slug frog
A prey is an animal that is eaten by a predator. The frog is an example of a prey because it gets eaten by the snake and it is also a predator because it eats slugs. lettucesnake slug frog
Which of these are living and which are non living?
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