17 Food Chain # 1My first food chain has rodents and birds as it s primary consumers. The secondary consumers are foxes and owls. The primary producers are everything shown in the bottom section of the chart (fruit trees, etc.)
18 Food Chain # 2My second food chain has insects as its primary consumer. The secondary consumers include opossums, birds, and skunks. The producers includes everything at the bottom section of the chart (Fruit trees, etc.)
19 Hibernation, Food Storage, and Migration Special Adaptations
20 HibernationHibernation is a sleeplike state that helps animals conserve their heat to survive through the winter. It also reduces their need to eat and allows the animal to use very little energy.
21 MigrationMigration is a behavior that many birds follow. It is when a bird leaves somewhere cold to go somewhere warmer for the winter.
22 Food StorageFood storage is a behavior that influences animals to store food for the winter. This gives them something to eat while in their hibernation state.
23 How Biotic and Abiotic Factors help Animals Survive
24 How Biotic Factors Help Animals Survive Herbivores eat only plants to survive. Carnivores eat only other animals to survive. Omnivores eat both plants and animals for survival. Decomposers eat dead plants and animals to live.
25 How Abiotic Factors Help Animals Survive Rocks give small animals places to hide from predators. The soil allows plants and trees to grow to feed animals. Water is what allows all living things to survive. The sun is what gives the plants that feed the animals energy. The air is what allows all living things to breath. Rain is another way animals can get water to survive. Hills are homes to some animals. The temperature has to be right for plants and animals to survive.