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Question:I need help I need a food chain with 4-5 animals from the African Savannah. I cant include decomposers or bacteria. I have this so far: Jackal Berry->Larvae of bush field emperor butterfly->Lilac breasted robin.. but Im not sure if its right.

Answers:http://www.exploringnature.org/db/detail.php?dbID=2&detID=1224 grass -> grasshopper -> field mouse -> snake - > turkey vulture -> hyena

Question:I am having problems doing a diagram on one type of food chain operative within the park. I have to use specific organisms as an example of the different trophic levels. The animals I found were a squirrel,bees,flies,butterfly,dog,worms,ants and birds. Surrounding it was trees, leaves, flowers.

Answers:START WITH THE TREES ON THE BOTTOM (THEY ARE THE PRODUCERS) LEAVES AND FLOWERS 9YOU CAN LABLE AS PLANTS NOW DRAW A LINE STRAIGHT UP AND WRITE BEES AND BUTTERFLYS, AND SQUIRRELS (THESE ARE PRIMARY CONSUMERS--THE HERBIVORES) NOW DRAW A LINE STRAIGHT UP FROM BOTH THE BEES AND BUTTERFLYS AND WRITE BIRDS NOW DRAW A LINE STRAIGHT UP FROM BIRDS AND WRITE CATS

Question:I am having problems doing a diagram on one type of food chain operative within the park. I have to use specific organisms as an example of the different trophic levels. The animals I found were a squirrel,bees,flies,butterfly,dog,worms,ants and birds. Surrounding it was trees, leaves, flowers.

Answers:I'm not entirely sure what you're asking here. A food chain is just a line showing what's eaten by what (or, to be more precise, the transfer of energy through ecosystems). It starts with the producer (often a plant), then has an arrow pointing to whatever eats that (the primary consumer, generally an animal). That in turn will have an arrow pointing to whatever eats that (the secondary consumer), and so on. Each organism is a trophic level.


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[ALEV] The Marine Food Chain

Video summary of the ALDE ADLE Seminar: The Marine Food Chain: Better Management for new Challenges Event date: Wednesday 08 December 2010 14:30 to 18:00 Location: BE BRUSSELS A5G-2 Nature's food chain is a delicately balanced system which needs preserving. As a result of environmental, climate or economic activities such as fishing, or over-fishing, this balance can be seriously disturbed. The impact on the balance is particularly severe on the natural balance of the sea, much more severe than would generally be believed, as the entire rhythm of nature is knocked out of sync. A vast increase in one species due to the elimination or near extinction of its predator results in the increased consumption of the next species in the food chain. An in-depth assessment of these effects needs to be carried out in order to prevent such potential imbalances at an early stage of nature's development. Scientists as well as fishermen alike need to provide an account of what, in their view, the origins of an imbalance are. Furthermore, scientists and fishermen may be able to provide more information as to what needs to be done in order to prevent such imbalances. ----------------------------------------------- MEP's Concerned: Pat the Cope Gallagher (Fianna F il Party) and Britta Reimers (Freie Demokratische Partei) For more information: diana.gierstorfer@europarl.europa.eu [ALDEADLE-EVENT] [Event] [Seminar] [Language EN] 101208-ALDEADLE-EVENT-SEMINAR-SUMMARY-Marine_Food_Chain

Rainforest Food Chain

This video shows the food chain of a rainforest (science) at a fourth grade level. It breaks down each layer, names them and shows examples. At the end of the video there is a short quiz over the information covered.

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Sharks and Sea Lions: Southern California Food Chain

Marine scientist gives an example of a predatory food chain on Santa Catalina Island, California. Animals featured: California sea lions (Zalophus californianus) and a leopard shark (Triakis semifasciata). Footage property of Triakis Films, copyright Austin Gallagher.


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