Living/Nonliving
What do you eat?
Food Chains
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Role in the Ecosystem
100

A non-living organism in an ecosystem

What is an Abiotic Factor

100

Only eats meat

What is a carnivore

100

This is the source of all energy on earth.

What is the sun

100

TRIPLE POINTS!

Give an example of a 

a) direct benefit

b) indirect benefit

c) cultural benefit

a) food, wood, water, etc

b) photosynthesis, water cycle, etc

c) happiness, fishing, sledding, etc

100
Animal that hunts for its food.
What is a predator
200

A living organism in an ecosystem

What is a Biotic factor

200
Only eats plants
What is a herbivore
200
These are organisms that make their own food and are after the sun in a food chain.
What are producers
200

A non-native species that spreads and causes harm to its new location.

invasive species

200
Animal that is eaten by a predator
What is prey.
300

The weather is an example of this

What is an Abiotic factor

300
Eats both plants and animals
What is an omnivore
300
The organism that eats the producer is called this.
Primary consumer
300

Give an example of an invasive species

300
Organism that cannot make its own food.
What is a consumer
400
Fungus is an example of this
What is a biotic factor
400

A tertiary consumer is usually one of these 

What is a carnivore

400
Organism that eats the primary consumer.
What is a secondary consumer
400

A relationship where one organism benefits and the other organism is harmed

parasitism

400
Organism that makes its own food through photosynthesis.
What is a Producer
500

Name a biotic-abiotic relationship.

500
Why do we need predators in our ecosystem?
Because without predators we have would have too much prey.
500
Organism that eats the secondary consumer
What is the tertiary consumer
500

The relationship between two different organisms.

What is Symbiosis

500
Organism that obtains nutrients from dead organisms around it.
What is a decomposer
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