Forest Food Chains Student Project
Amsel, Sheri. “Food Webs.” Forest Food Webs. Exploring Nature Educational Resource. © 2005 - 2015. April 9, 2015. Forest Food Webs
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<div>All living things need food to get energy to grow, move and reproduce. Begin by exploring the numbered tags on this image. View the videos to learn how a food chain works within the forest ecosystem.</div>
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<b>The Primary Consumers </b>The mice, squirrels and rabbits. These small animals get their energy from plants. View this video to learn how. Explore primary and secondary consumers and their relationship in the food chain. Examine how a detritus chain cleans the earth and recycles nutrients as wel...
<b>The Secondary Consumers</b> The fox and hawk. Carnivores get their energy from the smaller animals that eat plants.
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<b>Essential Question: </b>How do living organisms depend on each other and their environment in order to survive?<b> </b>

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