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Ocean food chains

Author: Heidi Moore
Publisher: Chicago, Ill. : Heinemann Library, ©2011.
Series: Protecting food chains.
Edition/Format:   Book : Juvenile audience : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The protozoa are eaten by krill that are eaten by mackerel that are eaten by tuna that are eaten by sharks. This book explores the species and food chains and webs within an ocean habitat, and discusses why these food chains and webs need to be protected.
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Genre/Form: Juvenile works
Juvenile literature
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Heidi Moore
ISBN: 9781432938598 1432938592 9781432938666 1432938665
OCLC Number: 474870944
Description: 48 p. : col. ill., col. map ; 25 cm.
Contents: What is an ocean food chain? --
What is an ocean habitat? --
Where in the world are ocean habitats? --
What are the producers in oceans? --
What are the primary consumers in oceans? --
What are the secondary consumers in oceans? --
What are the decomposers in oceans? --
What are ocean food chains like around the world? --
How are humans harming ocean food chains? --
What can you do to protect ocean food chains? --
Top 10 things you can do to protect oceans.
Series Title: Protecting food chains.
Responsibility: Heidi Moore.

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The protozoa are eaten by krill that are eaten by mackerel that are eaten by tuna that are eaten by sharks. This book explores the species and food chains and webs within an ocean habitat, and discusses why these food chains and webs need to be protected.

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Easy to understand food chains in the ocean.

by AnchorageSchools (WorldCat user published 2011-02-09) Excellent Permalink

This book is an excellent resource for middle level students and upper elementary students. It is loaded with clear pictures, and easy to understand information about food chains in the ocean. A very positive aspect about this resource is the explanations of the dangers our oceans face in terms of...
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