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What are the different ways that organisms and their
How do plants survive and reproduce?
· overpopulation – when one area has too many of one species
· flooding – the overflowing of large amounts of water
· drought – a very long time without any precipitation
· deforestation – when trees are cut and forests are cleared away
· acid rain – rainfall made so acidic by pollution that it causes harm to the environment, especially in forest and lakes
· wildfires – large, destructive forest or bush fires that spread quickly
· omnivore – consumers that eat both plants and animals.
· carnivore – consumers that eat animals
· herbivore – consumers that eat plants
· decomposer – digests the waste and remains of dead plants and animals
· energy pyramid – a diagram that shows the amounts of energy that flows through each level of a food chain with producers (at the lowest level), herbivores (next level), and carnivores (top level)
· energy – flows from one level of the pyramid to the next when an organism eats