Scavenger Hunt Ecology

Sara Beshai, Kathryn Carrieri, and Nikki Falk - 5th Period


Living things in the ecosystem.


Non-living factors.


An organism that creates their own food.


An organism that gets their food by other organisms.

Food Chain

Linear sequence that shows the producers and consumers.

- Producer

It makes its own food.

- Primary Consumer

Eats producers, usuall are herbivores.

- Secondary Consumer

Eats primary consumers.

- Tertiary Consumer

It eats everything (if it were to still exist).

Current Weather

The climate at the moment.

Carbon Cycle

How carbon is spread around the earth.

4 Ways Carbon Gets Into Our Atmosphere

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One Way How Carbon Is Taken Out

The gas coming out of this car contains carbon dioxide

Water Cycle

How water is spread throughout the earth. Water "precipitates" out of the "nozzle" then is seeped into the soil (the drain) and us then reused.

Nitrogen Cycle

Way that nitrogen is spread throughout the earth. Plants release nitrogen and are a part of the nitrogen cycle.

Phosphorus Cycle

How phosphorus is spread out through the earth. The weathering and erosion of rocks over time releases phosphorus into soil and water

Mutualism Relationship

Both species benefit. Having the ability to talk to each other and make each other feel good about listening and communicating benefited both of them and their relationship.

Commensalism Relationship

One of the species benefits, the other is unharmed. You benefit by not having to carry all your stuff but the bag isn't harmed.

Parasitism Relationship

One of the species benefits and the other is harmed. People eat this chicken which are the ones who benefit and the chicken is harmed by being dead.