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1 Rev. 9/22/11 Making a Food Web: Tundra Lemmings Lichens, Grasses Polar Bear Artic fox Artic Hares Lichens and grasses Artic Wolf Artic fox, Caribou, Musk Ox Musk Ox Grasses Artic Fox Lemming, Insects Caribou Grasses, Caribou Lichens Brown Bear Artic Hare, Lemming, Grasses, Snowy Owl Artic Hare, Lemming, Artic fox, insects Insects Lichens, Grasses Rev. 9/22/11 Making a Food Web: Taiga Beaver Pine Trees, Grasses Caribou Grasses Hawk Mouse, Weasel, Flying Squirrel, Snowshoe Hare Mouse Pine Trees, Grasses Weasel Mouse, Insects, insects Grasses, Pine Trees Flying Squirrel Grasses, Pine Trees Lynx Snowshow Hare, Flying Squirrel, Mouse, Insects Wolf Beaver, Snowshow Hare, Flying Squirrel, Mouse, Weasel, Caribou Snowshoe Hare Grasses, Pine Trees

2 Rev. 9/22/11 Making a Food Web: Tropical Rainforest ANT leaves, fruit TERMITE dead trees, logs, bark HORNBILL fruit, lizards, snakes PARROT fruit, nuts, seeds ORANGUTAN fruit, nuts, insects, birds TIGER boar, monkeys, apes, wild oxen KING COBRA other snakes, lizards, frogs PYTHON birds, deer FLYING DRAGON ants, termites MONGOOSE insects, lizards, snakes Rev. 9/22/11 Making a Food Web: Desert Rattlesnake Tarantula, Lizard, Kangaroo Rat Mountain Lion Kangaroo Rat, Jack Rabbit Tarantula Beetle Lizard Beetle Owl Kangaroo Rat, Jack Rabbit, Lizard, Tarantula, beetle Bat Sagebrush, Cactus, Beetle Coyote Kangaroo Rat, Jack Rabbit, Lizard, Tarantula Kangaroo Rat Sagebrush, Cactus Jack Rabbit Sagebrush, Cactus Beetle Sagebrush, Cactus

3 Rev. 9/22/11 Making a Food Web: Savannah Tawny Eagle Hares, Grasshoppers, Mice Topi plants Cheetah Hares, Thompson s gazelle, Impala, Warthog Hares Star grass Harvester Ants Red oat grass, Star grass Thompson s gazelle plants Hyena Thompson s gazelle, Topi, Aardvark Aardvark Harvester ants, termites Lion Thompson s gazelle, Topi, Hares, Impala, Wildebeest Grasshopper plants Rev. 9/22/11 Making a Food Web: Deciduous Forest Field Mouse Seeds, grasshopper, beetle, moth Bird Seeds, grasshopper, beetle, moth, lizard Mole Grasshopper, beetle, moth, lizard Grasshopper Seeds, flowers Moth Flowers Owl Field mouse, vole, bird, shrew, grasshopper, beetle, lizard Vole Seeds, grasshopper, beetle, moth Shrew Grasshopper, beetle, moth, worm Lizard Flowers, seeds, grasshopper, beetle, moth Beetle Seeds, flowers

4 Rev. 9/22/11 Making a Food Web: Freshwater Duck Green algae, mayfly, Water Strider, Midge, Copepod Minnow Green algae Mayfly Green Algae Bear Salmon, Copepods Heron Minnow, salmon, frog Eel Mayfly, Copepods, Midges, Water striders, Minnows Frog Mayfly, Water strider, Midge Midge Green Algae, Copepods Copepod Green algae Salmon Minnow, Copepod, Mayfly, Water strider, Midge Water Strider Mayfly, Midge, Copepods Rev. 9/22/11 Making a Food Web: Ocean Intertidal Octopus whelk Sheepshead (fish) Sea urchin Purple Sea urchin Phytoplankton, zooplankton, kelp Sea star Mussels, sea urchin, clam, sea anemone, whelk, barnacles Barnacles Phytoplankton, zooplankton Mussels Phytoplankton, zooplankton, barnacles Sea Anemome Sea urchin, zooplankton Zooplankton (heterotrophs) Phytoplankton Whelk Sea urchin, clam, barnacles Clam Phytoplankton, Zooplankton

5 Rev. 9/22/11 Making a Food Web: Grassland Prairie Chicken Hawk Burrowing Owl Prairie Dogs Ground squirrels Insects Mouse Black footed Ferret Bison Sandhill Crane Grass, insects Prairie dogs, ground squirrels, ferret Insects, field mouse Grass, flowers Grass, flowers Grass, flowers Grass, flowers Prairie dogs Grass, flowers Grass, flowers, insects Rev. 9/22/11 Making a Food Web: Chaparral Mule deer Cactus Wren Beetles Lizards Grey fox Spotted skunk Wrentits Deer mouse Rattlesnake Eagles Sagebrush Sagebrush, beetles, lizard Manzanita Beetles, Manzanita, sagebrush Manzanita, lizards, deer mice Deer mice, Manzanita, sagebrush Beetles, Manzanita Manzanita, sagebrush Deer mice, spotted skunk, cactus wren Rattlesnake, grey fox, spotted skunk, deer mice

6 Rev. 9/22/11 Making a Food Web: Sahara Desert 3. Once arranged, make sure all members agree in the positioning, and then arrange them on one side of the Rattle snakes Kangaroo rat, ground squirrels, lizard Insects Plant matter Kangaroo rat seeds Sandy cat Rats, squirrel, lizards Dorcus gazelle plants Striped hyena Snake, lizard, squirrels, rats, sheep lizards insects Ground squirrels plants Hawk lizard scorpion Small insects Arabuan camels plants

7 Biome Website Project: Tundra Organisms Polar Bear Snowy Owl Lemming Grasses Musk Ox Artic Wolf Artic Fox Artic Hare Brown Bear Lichen Insects Caribou Biome Website Project: Tundra Organisms Polar Bear Snowy Owl Lemming Grasses Musk Ox Artic Wolf Artic Fox Artic Hare Brown Bear Lichen Insects Caribou

8 Biome Website Project: Taiga Organisms Caribou Wolf Hawk Pine Tree & Seeds Beaver Lynx Snowshoe Hare Grasses Weasel Flying Squirrel Mouse Biome Website Project: Taiga Organisms Caribou Wolf Hawk Pine Tree & Seeds Beaver Lynx Snowshoe Hare Grasses Weasel Flying Squirrel Mouse

9 Biome Website Project: Temperate Broadleaf (Deciduous) Forest Organisms Moth Flowers & Seeds Mole Vole Shrew Bird Mouse Owl Beetle Grasshopper Lizard Grass & Roots Biome Website Project: Temperate Broadleaf (Deciduous) Forest Organisms Moth Flowers & Seeds Mole Vole Shrew Bird Mouse Owl Beetle Grasshopper Lizard Grass & Roots

10 Biome Website Project: Savanna Organisms Grasses/ seeds Tawny Eagle Grasshopper Topi Cheetah Lion Hares Baobab Tree Aardvark Hyena Harvester Ants Thompson s Gazelle Grasses/ seeds Tawny Eagle Grasshopper Topi Cheetah Lion Hares Baobab Aardvark Hyena Harvester Ants Thompson s Gazelle

11 Biome Website Project: Sahara Desert Organisms Rattle Snake Striped Hyena Scorpion Dorcus Gazelle Lizard Ground Squirrel Arabian Camel Hawk Mulberry Plants/fruit/seeds Kangaroo Rat Sandy Cat Insects Rattle Snake Striped Hyena Scorpion Dorcus Gazelle Lizard Ground Squirrel Arabian Camel Hawk Mulberry Plants/fruit/seeds Kangaroo Rat Sandy Cat Insects

12 Biome Website Project: Rainforest Organisms orangutan parrot tiger king cobra python flying dragon mongoose termite ant hornbill tropical trees Sea Grape plant Biome Website Project: Rainforest Organisms orangutan parrot tiger king cobra python flying dragon mongoose termite ant hornbill tropical trees Sea Grape plant

13 Biome Website Project: Intertidal Organisms Sea Anemone Phytoplankton - diatoms clam Barnacles Mussels Kelp Whelk Sheepshead Fish Octopus Sea Star Sea Urchin Sea Anemone Phytoplankton - diatoms clam Barnacles Mussels Kelp Whelk Sheepshead Fish Octopus Sea Star Sea Urchin

14 Biome Website Project: Grassland Organisms Prairie chicken Flowers Hawk Prairie Dogs Grass Burrowing Owl Ground Squirrels Black footed Ferret Filed mouse Bison Sandhill Crane Insects Biome Website Project: Grassland Organisms Prairie chicken Flowers Hawk Prairie Dogs Grass Burrowing Owl Ground Squirrels Black footed Ferret Filed mouse Bison Sandhill Crane Insects

15 Biome Website Project: Desert Organisms Rattlesnake Mountain Lion/Cougar Tarantula Lizard Owl Bat Coyote Kangaroo Rat Jack Rabbit Sage brush Beetle Cactus Rattlesnake Mountain Lion/Cougar Tarantula Lizard Owl Bat Coyote Kangaroo Rat Jack Rabbit Sage brush Beetle Cactus

16 Biome Website Project: Chaparral Organisms Mule deer Sagebrush Cactus Wren Beetles Lizards Manzanita Grey fox Deer mouse Spotted skunk Wrentits Rattle snake Eagles Biome Website Project: Chaparral Organisms Mule deer Sagebrush Cactus Wren Beetles Lizards Manzanita Grey fox Deer mouse Spotted skunk Wrentits Rattle snake Eagles

17 Biome Website Project: Freshwater Organisms Minnow Duck Mayfly Bear Heron Green Algae Eel Frog Midge Salmon Water Strider Minnow Duck Mayfly Bear Heron Green Algae Eel Frog Midge Salmon Water Strider

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