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Where do producers get their energy?
a) other producers b) consumers c) the sun d) decomposers
If the population of small fish in a pond decreased what would happen to the big fish that rely on the small fish for energy?
a) the population of large fish would remain the same b) the population of large fish would increase c) the population of large fish would decrease d) the large fish would all die out
An omnivore eats ___
a) plants only b) both plants and animals c) animals only d) nothing
A carnivore eats ____
a) plants only b) both plants and animals c) animals only d) nothing
Where is the most amount of energy avilable on the energy pyramid?
a) at the top b) at the bottom c) in the middle d)
A herbivore eats __
a) plants only b) both plants and animals c) animals only d) nothing
Which is correct for a terrestrial ecosystem?
a) phytoplankton -- zooplankton-- fish -- shark b) algae -- insects -- frog -- snake -- hawk c) snake -- bird -- cricket -- grass d) grass -- cricket -- bird -- snake
which is correct for a freshwater ecosystem?
a) algae -- insects -- frog -- snake b) hawk -- snake -- frog -- insects -- algae c) grass -- cricket -- bird -- snake d) phyoplankton -- zooplankton -- fish -- shark
Which is in the correct order?
a) herbivore -- producer -- omnivore -- carnivore b) producer -- herbivore -- omnivore -- carnivore c) carnivore -- omnivore --herbivore -- producer d) omnivore -- herbivore -- carnivore -- producer
Which is correct for a marine ecosystem?
a) shark -- small fish -- zooplankton -- phytoplankton b) phytoplankton -- large fish -- small fish -- shark c) phytoplankton -- zooplankton -- fish -- shark d) phytoplankton -- insect -- frog -- snake
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