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Sixth Grade (Grade 6) Food Chains and Webs Questions

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Grade 6 Food Chains and Webs
Grade 6 Food Chains and Webs
What do omnivores eat?
  1. only plants
  2. only animals
  3. decaying matter
  4. plants and other animals
Grade 6 Food Chains and Webs
The layers on a energy pyramid are called                   .
  1. trophic levels
  2. energy levels
  3. energy flow levels
  4. death by energy
Grade 6 Food Chains and Webs
Grade 6 Food Chains and Webs
Which of the following is true about animals?
  1. They are decompsores
  2. They are autotrophs
  3. They are consumers
  4. They are producers
Grade 6 Food Chains and Webs
Some beetles break down the remains of dead animals. Some mushrooms breakdown the remains of dead trees. How do these actions most benefit plants?
  1. By returning nutrients to the soil
  2. By releasing oxygen into the air
  3. By making space for new animals
  4. By decreasing the population of herbivores
Grade 6 Food Chains and Webs
                eat both plants and animals.
  1. Carnivores
  2. Herbivores
  3. Omnivores
  4. Scavengers
  5. Decomposers
Grade 6 Food Chains and Webs
Grade 6 Food Chains and Webs
What is an animal that eat plants?
  1. herbivores
  2. prey
  3. niche
  4. ecosystem
Grade 6 Food Chains and Webs
Grade 6 Food Chains and Webs
Grade 6 Food Chains and Webs
Which of the following organisms are typical decomposers?
  1. grasses and ferns
  2. mushrooms and bacteria
  3. mice and deer
  4. lions and snakes
Grade 6 Food Chains and Webs
                are animals that feed on the bodies of dead animals.
  1. Carnivores
  2. Herbivores
  3. Omnivores
  4. Scavengers
  5. Decomposers
Grade 6 Food Chains and Webs
In an ecosystem, sometimes more than one animal is a predator to the same animal. For example, the great barn owl and the the bald eagle both share a habitat, and they both hunt mice. Which answer explains how this relationship can work?
  1. They are both hunted by the red fox.
  2. The eagle migrates to other ecosystems
  3. The owl hunts at night and the eagle hunts during the day
  4. There is an overpopulation of owls
Grade 6 Food Chains and Webs
This level of the food chain pyramid makes their own food.
  1. decomposer
  2. carnivore
  3. herbivore
  4. producer
Grade 6 Food Chains and Webs
This level of in the food chain pyramid eats meat.
  1. decomposer
  2. producer
  3. herbivore
  4. carnivore
Grade 6 Food Chains and Webs
This level in the food chain pyramid eats plants.
  1. decomposer
  2. herbivore
  3. carnivore
  4. producer
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