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Food Chain Study Guide environment food chains energy interdependence oxygen sun shelter consumer 1. A ________________shows how energy moves from plants to animals. 2. Plants get their energy from the ________________. 3. All the living and nonliving things in a place make up an ________________. 4. Animals need to breathe air to get _______________. 5. When living things depend on each other for survival it is called __________________. 6. What is the flow of energy? Put the items in the correct order. rabbit fox grass sun 7. What is the first step in this food chain? __________ > plants in pond > turtle >
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