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ecosystem all the living and nonliving things that interact with each other in an environment
habitat the environment where an organism lives
pollution anything in the environment that can harm living things or damage natural resources
pollutant a harmful substance added to Earth’s land, water, or air
producer an organism that makes its own food
consumer an organism that gets energy by eating other organisms
scavenger a meat-eating animal that feeds on the remains of dead animals
carnivore an animal that eats other animals
herbivore an animal that eats only plants or plant products
omnivore an animal that eats both plants and animals
food chain the path of food energy from one organism to another in an ecosystem
food web overlapping food chains with different pathways for the flow of food energy in an ecosystem
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