Food Webs and Energy Pyramids: Bedrocks of Biodiversity

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Dead stuff: The secret ingredient in our food chain – John C. Moore

If someone called you scum, you’d probably be offended, but scientifically, they might not be far off. Have you ever thought about where your food comes from? You might say it comes from plants, animals, or even fungi, but you’d probably rather not think about the rotting organisms and poop that feed those plants, animals, […]

Fabulous Food Chains: Crash Course Kids #7.1

[music] Not everybody likes the same kind of food, right? That’s probably a good thing. I mean, all the more pizza for me! But whether we eat milkshakes or mangoes, pizzas or pears, tacos or toast, we use the energy that’s in our food to stay alive. But how did that energy get into our […]

Food Chains Compilation: Crash Course Kids

Are you a living thing? If you are we should totally talk because we have a lot in common In fact you and I both have a lot in common with all living things Your teacher trees your pet parakeet bumblebees Everything and one of the most important things is we all eat everyone needs […]

From the top of the food chain down: Rewilding our world – George Monbiot

We all know about the dinosaurs that once roamed the planet, but long after they went extinct, great beasts we call the megafauna lived on every continent. In the Americas, ground sloths the size of elephants pulled down trees with their claws. Saber-toothed cats the size of brown bears hunted in packs, but they were […]

Science: The basis of our Food Safety work

Food Chain Fishing Challenge 2 – Tiny Crabs to Giant Eagle Ray

the first thing we have to do today for the food chain challenge is to catch Sansa this now these are little crabs that live in the sand they're right underneath my feet right now I'm going to use this steel grape mesh or just Santa regular what we call it and we're going to […]

Food Chains for Kids: Food Webs, the Circle of Life, and the Flow of Energy – FreeSchool

You're watching FreeSchool! No matter where on earth you go, living thingsare connected to each other. From the tiniest of organisms to the largestof creatures, all living things need energy to survive. So where does that energy come from? Well, matter and energy passes from one organismto another, connecting living things like links in a […]