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Lesson 3: Consumers
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The relationship between organisms needing the same limiting resources within one environment.
An organism that gets energy from eating other organisms.
To cut into separate parts.
The feeding relationships between organisms in an ecosystem.
The regurgitated parts of a consumed animal that cannot be digested by an owl.
An animal that feeds on plants.
An animal that feeds on smaller, plant-eating animals, or primary consumers.
An animal at the top of the food chain that mainly eats secondary consumers.
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