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Food Webs in a Cloud Forest

by Rebecca Hogue Wojahn


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Based on the book…

By Rebecca Hogue Wojahn and Donald Wojahn

Part of a 12-book series published by Lerner Books, 2009

Buy at Amazon or through Lerner

Learn more about the book!

Learn more about the series!


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Related Links on…

Africa: Explore the Regions

African Wildlife Foundation Wildlife Gallery

National Geographic Kids Creature Feature

Cloud Forests and their Creatures


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WARNING!

The rest of this slideshow is not meant to clicked and viewed straight through. Just like the book it is based on, YOU have to make the decisions about who eats what and who gets eaten! Click the links to follow a path through the cloud forest.

Furthermore, these are not all the routes through this habitat’s food web. There are thousands more plants and animals that fit in, and many of the featured animals will eat even more choices than are presented.

Finally, want to learn more about these animals? Check your library or search for them in these links:

Africa: Explore the Regions

African Wildlife Foundation Wildlife Gallery

National Geographic Kids Creature Feature

Have fun!


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First, choose a tertiary consumer…(what’s that?)

A leopard

An African golden cat

A black mamba snake

A martial eagle


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The leopard eats…(click one)

An eastern black-and-white colobus

An African golden cat cub

A blue duiker

An okapi

A honey badger

A giant forest hog

Some speckled cockroaches

A baby mountain gorilla


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The African golden cat eats…(click one)

A rock hyrax

A collared sunbird

A giant otter shrew

A Ruwenzori toraco

A honey badger

A blue duiker

Some tropical house geckoes

A baby highland mangabey


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The black mamba snake eats…(click one)

Martial eagle eggs

A baby highland mangabey

A rock hyrax

Ruwenzori toraco eggs

An eastern black-and-white colobus

A tropical house gecko

A blue duiker

A strange-horned chameleon


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The rock hyrax eats…(click one)

Impatiens and begonias

A butterfly caterpillar

Eggs from a tropical house gecko

Fungus

Green mountain bamboo

Leaves and twigs from trees

A speckled cockroach


The martial eagle eats click one l.jpg

The martial eagle eats…(click one)

A rock hyrax

A collared sunbird

An eastern black-and-white colobus

A strange-horned chameleon

A blue duiker

A honey badger

A baby highland mangabey

An okapi


The collared sunbird eats click one l.jpg

The collared sunbird eats…(click one)

Nectar from flowers in the trees

A butterfly caterpillar

A speckled cockroach


The speckled cockroach eats click one l.jpg

The speckled cockroach eats…(click one)

Impatiens and begonias

A dead swallowtail butterfly

Rotten fruit and leaves from the trees

A termite nest

Mushrooms and other funguses

A dead chimpanzee

Dead green mountain bamboo


The giant forest hog eats click one l.jpg

The giant forest hog eats…(click one)

Impatiens and begonias

Fungus

Green mountain bamboo

Leaves and fruits from the trees


The mountain gorilla eats click one l.jpg

The mountain gorilla eats…(click one)

Impatiens and begonias

Fungus

Green mountain bamboo

Leaves and fruits from the trees


Fungus eats click one l.jpg

Fungus eats…(click one)

A termite nest

A dead African golden cat

Wilted impatiens and begonias

A dead leopard

Rotten leaves and fruits from the trees

Dead green mountain bamboo

A dead martial eagle

A dead chimpanzee


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Impatiens and begonias eat nutrients in the soil from…(click one)

Termites

A dead Ruwenzori toraco

A dead leopard

A dead black mamba

A dead collared sunbird

A dead tropical house gecko

A dead martial eagle


The okapi eats click one l.jpg

The okapi eats…(click one)

Impatiens and begonias

Fungus

Green mountain bamboo

Leaves and fruits from the trees


The highland mangabey eats click one l.jpg

The highland mangabey eats…(click one)

Impatiens and begonias

A butterfly caterpillar

A tropical house gecko eggs

Fungus

Green mountain bamboo

Leaves and fruits from the trees

A speckled cockroach


The butterflies eat click one l.jpg

The butterflies eat…(click one)

Impatiens and begonias

Leaves and fruits from the trees


The strange horned chameleon eats click one l.jpg

The strange-horned chameleon eats…(click one)

A butterfly caterpillar

A speckled cockroach

Termites


The eastern black and white colobus monkey eats click one l.jpg

The eastern black-and-white colobus monkey eats…(click one)

Impatiens and begonias

Fungus

Green mountain bamboo

Leaves and fruits from the trees


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Trees eat nutrients in the soil from…(click one)

Speckled cockroaches

A dead mountain gorilla

A dead leopard

A dead giant forest hog

A dead African golden cat

An eastern black-and-white colobus

A dead honey badger

A dead okapi


The honey badger eats click one l.jpg

The honey badger eats…(click one)

Mushrooms and other fungus

A speckled cockroach

Termites

A giant otter shrew

A collared sunbird

A black mamba

A butterfly

A rock hyrax


The tropical house gecko eats click one l.jpg

The tropical house gecko eats…(click one)

A butterfly

Termites

A speckled cockroach


The chimpanzee eats click one l.jpg

The chimpanzee eats…(click one)

Impatiens and begonias

Leaves and fruits from the trees

Termites

A giant forest hog piglet

A collared sunbird

A blue duiker


The termites eat click one l.jpg

The termites eat…(click one)

Impatiens and begonias

Fungus

Leaves and fruits from the trees

Green mountain bamboo


The ruwenzori turaco eats click one l.jpg

The Ruwenzori turaco eats…(click one)

Impatiens and begonias

Leaves and fruits from the trees

A butterfly

Green mountain bamboo

Termites

A speckled cockroach


The giant otter shrew eats click one l.jpg

The giant otter shrew eats…(click one)

A butterfly

Termites

A speckled cockroach


The green mountain bamboo gets nutrients from the soil from click one l.jpg

The green mountain bamboo gets nutrients from the soil from…(click one)

Termites

A dead martial eagle

A dead leopard

A dead chimpanzee

A dead African golden cat

A dead strange-horned chameleon

A dead black mamba

A dead giant forest hog


The blue duiker eats click one l.jpg

The blue duiker eats…(click one)

Impatiens and begonias

Leaves and fruits from the trees

A collared sunbird

Ruwenzori toraco eggs

A butterfly

Fungus

A speckled cockroach

Green mountain bamboo


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Tertiary Consumer

  • A tertiary consumer is an animal that hunts other animals for food and that has few natural enemies.


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More About the Book…

A Cloud Forest Food Chain : A Who-Eats-What Adventure in North America by Rebecca Hogue Wojahn & Donald Wojahn 

64 pages • Bibliography • Full-Color Photographs • Further Reading • Glossary • Index • Maps • Table of Contents • Websites

For Grades 3-5

    Welcome to an African cloud forest! As you set off down the mountain path, all you see ahead is a thick tangle of vines and bamboo trees. But the cloud forest is full of life, from a collared sunbird hovering over some flowers to a leopard stalking a giant forest hog. Day and night in the cloud forest, the hunt is on to find food - and to avoid becoming someone else’s next meal. All living things are connected to one another in a food chain, from animal to animal, animal to plant, plant to insect, and insect to animal. What path will you take to follow the food chain through the cloud forest? Will you . . . Watch a fierce honey badger battle a dangerous snake? Slink along with an African golden cat as it tails its prey? Munch on some leaves with a family of mountain gorillas? Follow all three chains and many more on this who-eats-what adventure!


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More About the Series…

  • Lerner Publications12-Book Series, Library BoundISBN-10: 0-8225-7494-2ISBN-13: 978-0-8225-7494-164 pages eachBibliography • Full-Color Photographs • Further Reading • Glossary • Index • Maps • Table of Contents • WebsitesGrades 3-5

  • An interactive, nonlinear nonfiction series about food webs in different habitats. After reading about an animal, you choose what it eats. Your choices weave a route through the habitat’s food web. But pay attention–you may end up where you never expected to be. And watch out for those dead ends!

  • Other books in the series:A Temperate Forest • The African Savanna • A South American Rain Forest • The Australian Outback • The Arctic Tundra • The Sonoran Desert • The Galapagos Islands • The Nile River • An Asian Mangrove Forest • An African Cloud Forest • A North American Estuary • A Coral Reef


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