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Food Chains of the World

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S: Food Chains

BC: This Web 2.0 mixbook was created by Nina Walker for Dr. Metty-Mercer University April 4, 2011

FC: Food Chains Take a pictorial trip through the various Food chains of the World: Polar Tundra, Grassland, Desert and Marine

1: Table of Contents | Pt. I. Polar Tundra Pt II. Grassland Pt.III. Desert Pt.IV. Marine

2: Pt. I - Polar Tundra is the coldest of all biomes. Very few animals and plants can survive. There are no trees.

3: Wolves hunt in packs killing sick, old caribou. Caribou eat grasses and mosses by digging in their hoves.

4: Pt. II Grassland. Most of the plants are low-growing grasses and tall elephant grasses.

5: The Cheetah uses the stalk-and-rapid-chase technique to catch gazelles. Gazelles eat elephant grass.

6: Pt. III Deserts have hot days and cold nights. It has scattered, thorny plants that lack leaves.

7: The Diamondback rattlesnake feeds on rabbits. The rabbits feed on clover.

8: Pt. IV The Marine biome covers 3/4 of the Earth's surface producing much of the world's oxygen supply.

9: Sea Otter eats mussells which eat phytoplankton.

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