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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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    1. Ecological Relationships Who eats who!!!!! Help!!!

    2. 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

    3. 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.

    4. Key words • Habitat • Environment • Adapted • Adaptation • Producer • Consumer • Predator

    5. But First

    6. What needs does an animal have??? Just give me a carrot Raw Meat sounds good

    7. What needs does a plant have???

    8. Habitats • What is a habitat? • The place where an organism lives is called a habitat.

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

    10. Pond

    11. Woodland

    12. Sea

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

    14. Adaptations • Adaptations are features which organisms have that help them survive in their habitat I would call my environment

    15. So what lives here?? This place was a bit too…………………….

    16. A camels habitat is a desert Hot, Dry but at least you don’t get bothered by people

    17. 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.

    18. So what if I don’t have any leaves!!! Apart from the camels this place is great!!

    19. Who lives here???

    20. It’s the right temperature and no-one but no-one messes with me I do

    21. And last ....... Who eats who??

    22. So who eats grass?

    23. We do But who eats us??

    24. We do……

    25. And last ....... There is nothing like a Sunday joint of human!!!

    26. 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

    27. 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

    28. 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.

    29. 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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