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An animal that eats plants.
herbivore
living things that eat food to obtain energy
consumer
a naturally inherited or subconsciously motivated behavior
instinct
a combination of several food chains that are connected to each other
food web
What animals do when they travel from one area to another and back each year or season.
migrate
something that one learns from someone else
learned behavior
an animal that eats meat.
carnivore
The place where an animal lives because it finds the kind of food and shelter it needs.
habitat
an animal that eats both plants and meat.
omnivore
Any trait that helps an animal survive in its surrounding. It includes body coverings, body part such as beaks and teeth, camouflage, and behavior.
adaptation
An animal's long, deep "sleep" that allows it to survive the winter.
hibernation
Any coloring, shape, or pattern that helps an animal blend into its surroundings.
camouflage
a change from one shape or form to a completely different one as an animal develops into an adult
metamorphosis
to imitate closely
mimicry
living things that make their own food through the process of photosynthesis
producers
An animal that hunts and eats other animals.
predator
An animal that is eaten by another animal.
prey
the order of living things in which food and energy pass from one living thing to another
food chain
a series of actions or events that happen over and over again in the same way
cycle
to rot or decay
decomposer