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Life in the Jungle

Life in the Jungle

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Author: Cameron Freeman
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Relationships between producers, consumers, and decomposers

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Tutorial

Objective

Today I am reading and watching videos on animal relationships

So I can identify the animal relationship based on interactions and know each animal's role in the ecosystem

I know I understand it when I can explain the relationship when given a scenario.

Producers

All organisms that make their own food for energy

Photosynthesis

Source: the Sun

Consumers

Organisms that have to eat in order to get energy

Primary, Secondary, Tertiary, Quaternary

Decomposers

Detrivores

Organisms that eat dead or decaying matter to get energy

Objective

Today I am reading and watching videos on animal interactions

So I can identify an organism's role and relationships between animals

I know I understand it when I can explain the types of relationships that are being presented in a given scenario. 

Producers

An organism that can make it's own food for energy

Photosynthesis

Consumers

Organisms that must eat something in order to get energy

Primary, Secondary, Tertiary, Quaternary

Decomposers

Detrivores

Organisms that consume dead or decaying matter to get energy