Grassland Food Webs
Learn how living things interact in the Early Bird Food Webs series. In Grassland Food Webs, readers find out how the purple coneflower, the bull snake, the plains lubber grasshopper, and the red-tailed hawk each play their own unique role in the grassland biome.
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Chapter 1 Grasslands
Chapter 2 Grassland Plants
Chapter 3 Grassland Plant Eaters
Chapter 4 Grassland Meat Eaters
Chapter 5 Grassland Decomposers
Chapter 6 People and Grasslands
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