ecology

Crate a chart to compare the niches of the different species in your ecosystem.

10 Species / Grasslands

I don't how to do it. >.<

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  1. What part of the ecosystems do your different species inhabit? Do some live in the soil? Do some feed on the leaves? Do some fly from flower to flower?

    Please explain the niches your species occupy. Then, we can better help you create a chart.

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  2. North American grasslands, so the prairies.

    I can give 10 species if that's any easier.

    coyote, badger, red fox, longtail weasel, mink, river otter , snowshoe hare, beaver.prairie dog,striped skunk.

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  3. What niche does each of these species occupy in the grasslands?

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  4. Consumers

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  5. i think?

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  6. dont really know the meaning of niche.

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