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An animal that eats only meat.
What is a carnivore?
The overlapping of more than one food chain.
What is a food web?
An animal that eats only plants.
What is an herbivore?
This type or organism gets energy by eating plants or other animals.
What is a consumer?
An organism that makes its own food
What is a producer?
The basic unit that makes up all living things.
What is a cell?
Microorganisms that live in water and form the beginning of most ocean food chains.
What are plankton?
A microorganism found in all living organisms and everywhere on Earth.
What is bacteria?
Some microorganisms are harmful, but most are this.
What is helpful?
A microorganism used to make bread.
What is yeast?
The scattering or carrying away of seeds from the plant that produced them.
What is seed dispersal?
An animal that helps plants make seeds by moving pollen.
What is a pollinator?
an adaptation that allows an animal to protect itself by looking like another animal or like a plant
What is mimicry?
The coloring or other physical appearance of an animal that helps it blend in with its surroundings.
What is camouflage?
when living things need each other to meet their needs
What is interdependence?
An animal that feeds on the remains or wastes of dead animals.
What is a scavenger?
A living thing that breaks down the remains of dead organisms.
What is a decomposer?
The breakdown of dead organisms into simpler materials.
What is decay?
The process of breaking down materials into a different form that can be used again.
What is nutrient recycling?
A type of decomposer, including mushrooms.
What are fungi?
The path of food energy in an ecosystem from plants to animals.
What is a food chain?
A tiny living thing that can only be seen through a microscope.
What is a microorganism?
something found in nature that is useful to organisms
What is a resource?
Physical feature or behavior that helps an organism survive.
What is an adaptation?
An animal that is hunted for food by a predator.
What is prey?
Make your wager
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What are producer, herbivore, omnivore, and carnivore?
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