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Ecological Relationships. Who eats who!!!!!. Help!!!. Objectives. Today I will learn: The important physical factors in the environment of animals and plants How plants and animals differ due to their environment (Adaptation) How to identify producers primary consumers and predators

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Ecological

Relationships

Who eats who!!!!!

Help!!!


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Objectives

Today I will learn:

  • The important physical factors in the environment of animals and plants

  • How plants and animals differ due to their environment (Adaptation)

  • How to identify producers primary consumers and predators

  • How to sort ‘classify’ animals into groups


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Objectives

In today’s lesson I will also learn:

  • About the different habitats organisms live in.

  • How to describe the environment of different habitats.

  • About the special adaptations that organisms have to help them live in their habitat.


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Key words

  • Habitat

  • Environment

  • Adapted

  • Adaptation

  • Producer

  • Consumer

  • Predator


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But First


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What needs does

an animal have???

Just give me a carrot

Raw Meat sounds good


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What needs does

a plant have???


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Habitats

  • What is a habitat?

  • The place where an organism lives is called a habitat.


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Remember

Different organisms live in different habitats.Can you name some organisms for each of the habitats?


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Pond


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Woodland


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Sea


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Environment

  • The word environment is used to describe what a habitat is like.

    .


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Adaptations

  • Adaptations are features which organisms have that help them survive in their habitat

I would call my environment


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So what lives here??

This place was a bit too…………………….


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A camels habitat is a desert

Hot, Dry but at least you don’t get bothered by people


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  • Adaptations: They are desert animals and have numerous adaptations for life in an arid habitat.

  • The hump stores fat, which they are able to draw upon for water.

  • They have webbed feet (to prevent sinking in the sand);

  • They can close their nostrils and they have a double row of eyelashes to keep out the sand.

  • They can endure long periods without drinking - up to 17 days.

  • When they do drink, they can take up to 136 litres (30 gallons) at a time. By producing dry faeces and little urine, they can conserve water.

  • Their body temperature can rise 6-8 degree Celsius before sweating.


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So what if I don’t have

any leaves!!!

Apart from the camels this place is great!!


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Who lives here???


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It’s the right temperature and no-one but no-one messes with me

I do


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And last .......

Who eats who??


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So who eats grass?


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We do

But who eats us??


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We do……


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And last .......

There is nothing like a Sunday joint of human!!!


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Rate your Understanding

I think I am an expert

I think I have a good idea

I think I have got some of it

?

Help – can you go through it again


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Objectives

Today I have learned:

  • The important physical factors in the environment of animals and plants

  • How plants and animals differ due to their environment (Adaptation)

  • How to identify producers primary consumers and predators

  • How to sort ‘classify’ animals into groups


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Objectives

In today’s lesson I have also learned:

  • About the different habitats organisms live in.

  • How to describe the environment of different habitats.

  • About the special adaptations that organisms have to help them live in their habitat.


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Rate your Understanding

I think I am an expert

I think I have a good idea

I think I have got some of it

?

Help – can you go through it again


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