Energy flows through a food web as the sun shines, plants grow, animals eat, reproduce, age, die and decompose, their nutrients enriching the soil, so the cycle can start again. Look at the pictures below. Write in the number of what each picture represents in the food web.
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Amsel, Sheri. "Parts of the Food Web - Matching (6-8 Grade)" Exploring Nature Educational Resource ©2005-2023. March 21, 2023
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