Food Chains

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Food Webs

 

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What is a Food Chain? Food Chain Show

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FOOD CHAINS different living things eating each other for energy.
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FOOD WEBS explore how all life is interconnected.
EXAMPLE:


TREES produce acorns which acts as food for many

RODENTS and INSECTS.

Because there are many rodents,

WEASELS, SNAKES, and RACOONS, can live.

The insects in the acorns attract BIRDS, SKUNKS, and OPOSSUMS.

With opossums, skunks, and rodents around,

HAWKS, FOXES, and OWLS can find food.

 

 

FOOD CHAINS follow just one path as animals find food.

FOOD WEBS show how many animals are connected in many ways to find food.

 

 

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Simple Food Chains Land / Water chain
Arctic Chain Desert Chain Forest Chain Ocean Chain
       

 

Simple         Food          Webs Julian Web
Food Web Consumers Desert Web Estuary Web
Aquatic Web Soil Food Web Forest Web Freshwater Web
Arctic Web Aquatic Web Marine Web Marsh Web
Typical   Food   Webs

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Games

Food Chain Ecosystems

Food Chain Game

Food Chain

Food Chains

Chain Game

Another Food Chain Game

Chain Reaction

Food Web Game

Fun With Food Webs

Build a Food Web

Energy Pyramid

Antarctic Marine Food Web

Ocean Food Web

Good Fight

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