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Feeding - Feeding Relationships A food chain shows a simple...

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Feeding Relationships A food chain shows a simple feeding relationship. Sun All food chains start with the sun
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Feeding Relationships A food chain shows a simple feeding relationship. Sun grass →
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Feeding Relationships A food chain shows a simple feeding relationship. Sun grass rabbit →
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Feeding Relationships A food chain shows a simple feeding relationship. Sun grass rabbit → fox
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All food chains start with ENERGY from the sun
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carbon dioxide from the air energy from sunlight (or light) water from the roots food transported to the rest of the plant
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carbon dioxide from the air energy from sunlight (or light) water from the roots food transported to the rest of the plant Photosynthesis
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Because plants produce their own food, they are called ‘Producers’
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The energy is then passed on to animals when they eat the plant.
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Animals of all shapes…
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…and sizes!
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Because these animals are the first to take the food energy from the plants, They are called primary consumers
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consumers have predators . Other animals that feed on
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