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Type: Multiple-Choice
Category: Food Chains and Webs
Level: Grade 6
Score: 3
Author: gregoryprudhomme
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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.
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