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1. Green plants are called PRODUCERS because they can make their own food. 2. Animals eat food because they cannot make their own food.They are called CONSUMERS. 3. CONSUMERS that eat plants are called HERBIVORES. 4. Animals that eat other animals are called CARNIVORES.They prey on other animals. 5. Consumers that eat plants or animals are called OMNIVORES.
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An example of a food web can be seen on the next slide.
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ENERGY LOSS IN FOOD CHAINS AND WEBS 1. The more steps we have in a food chain ,the the less energy is used for growth.Most of the energy is used for movement and to keep things warm. 2. The further up a food chain we go,the less animals there are. 3. Food webs are all the chains in a habitat put together. 4. Food webs allow us to study environmental changes.
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Some food webs can change for short periods e.g. when there is a shortage of rain ,a river bed may dry up but the plant and animal life will survive. 2. When conditions are changed permanently, some animals can be lost forever.They are said to be extinct. 3. Animals adapt to their environments, e.g. worms like dark damp conditions.Try to think of other examples. 4.
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