Grassland Food Chains
Why do monarch butterfly larvae eat leaves with poison in them? Why does the red-billed oxpecker ride on the back of buffalo? What helps puff adders to hunt at night? Read this book to find out who eats who in a grassland! Contents include: What is a grassland food web? What is a grassland food chain? What is a producer? What is a primary consumer? What is a secondary consumer? How are grassland food chains different in different places? What happens to a food web when a food chain breaks down? How can we protect grassland habitats and food chains?
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