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Observe the food chain above. Which organism’s population would increase if finches were removed from the ecosystem?
The roadrunner is a desert bird that eats fruits and seeds. It also eats insects, spiders, scorpions, and rattlesnakes.
What would likely happen if the roadrunner population disappeared from its ecosystem?
There would be no more fruits or seeds.
There would a decrease in spider populations.
The rattlesnake population would stay the same.
There would be an increase in scorpion populations.
What is one example of the way that energy flows in the food chain above?
Energy flows from grass to the Sun
Energy flows from hawks to snakes
Energy flows from grasshoppers to finches
Energy flows from snakes to finches
In this food chain, where does the lizard get its energy from?
In a wetland there are birds, fish, algae, fungus, and insects
Order these organisms from producer to consumer to decomposer.
birds, fish, algae, fungus, insects, and fish.
insects, algae, fungus, birds, fish
algae, insects, fish, birds, fungus
fungus, algae, insects, fish, birds