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A producer is an organism that gets its energy from the sun. Example: sunflower plant
A consumer is an organism that can NOT get its energy directly from the sun. It must consume food to get energy. Example: elephant
A decomposer is an organism that breaks down dead organisms. Example: worms
A fungus is an organism that decomposes material. Example: mushrooms
An herbivore is an animal that eats only plants. Example: cows
A carnivore is an animal that eats only meat. Example: tiger
An omnivore eats both plants and meat. Example: people
Trophic levels are a level of organization that represents where an organism is on the food chain.
A food chain shows the feeding relationship in a direct line in an ecosystem.
A food web shows all of the food chains connected to each other within an ecosystem.
Fins Fish body parts used by fish for motion Decomposer Bacteria that breaks down dead organisms Carnivore Meat Eater.
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