Jaidyn Moore 2/Ms.Green
Temperate Grassland Food Chain
The main producer of the temperate grassland is grass. The grass will be eaten by the mouse. The mouse will then be eaten by the snake. The snake will give off its nutrience to the hawk. The hawk is the main consumer. The grass is also a produce to the rabbit. The rabbit will be eaten by the snake which gets eaten by the hawk. The grass is lastly a producer to the grasshopper. The grasshopper gets eaten by the lizard which gets eaten by the hawk. Yummy!! This cycle will continue until a species dies off or drops population
Commensalism is where an organism is doing better off a organism and the other is not effected.
Mutualism is where bothe organisms benefit
How Humans Are Impacting The Temperate Grassland
Humans are impacting temperate grasslands by banning hunting in certain areas. National parks have also been created in order to preserve the biome.
The cheetah plays the role as main consumer and it eats the buffalo.
The buffalo plays the role as a consumer and it eats the grass.
The grass plays a role as the main producer the grass produces its own food.