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Feeding Relationships

Feeding Relationships

A food chain shows a simple feeding relationship.

Sun →

All food chains start with the sun

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Feeding Relationships

Feeding Relationships

A food chain shows a simple feeding relationship.

Sun → grass →

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Feeding Relationships

Feeding Relationships

A food chain shows a simple feeding relationship.

Sun → grass → rabbit →

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Feeding Relationships

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

All food chains start with ENERGY from the sun

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carbon dioxide from the air

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

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

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.

The energy is then passed on to animals when they eat the plant.

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Animals of all shapes

Animals of all shapes

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and sizes!

and sizes!

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Because these animals are the first to take the food energy from the plants,

Because these animals are the first to take the food energy from the plants,

They are called primary consumers

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Some of these primary consumers have predators. Other animals that feed on them

Some of these primary consumers have predators. Other animals that feed on them

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