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Unit B: Chapter 2 Vocabulary Living Things Depend on One Another
What does interact mean? Plants and animals work together or interact.
What is a producer? A producer is a living thing that makes its own food.
What is a consumer? A consumer is a living thing that eats other things as food.
What is a herbivore? A herbivore eats only plants.
What is a carnivore? A carnivore eats other animals. Often they must hunt and kill their food.
What is an omnivore? A omnivore eats both plants and other animals.
What is a decomposer? A decomposer is a living thing that breaks down dead things for food.
What is a food chain? A food chain is the path of food and energy from one living thing to another.
What is an Energy Pyramid? An energy pyramid shows that the amount of useable energy in an ecosystem is less for each higher animal in the food chain.
What is a Food Web? A food web is a model that shows how food chains overlap and link together. A food web contains producers and consumers that are used as food by more than one living thing.
What is a predator? A predator is an animal that hunts another animal for food.
What is prey? Prey is the animal that is hunted for food.
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