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Which gas is made by the plant? Clue: Follow the arrows pointing out of the plant. Read all labels. 28 EXPLAIN Plants take in water and nutrients from the soil. Getting Water and Carbon Dioxide Getting water is easy for some plants. For example, moss leaves soak up water straight from the ground. In other plants, such as oak trees, water has to travel a long distance to get from the plant’s roots to its leaves. Most large plants have a system of tubes throughout the plant. These tubes carry water and nutrients from the bottom of the plant to the top.
Herons eat frogs, and lizards eat spiders. D An orca whale is a carnivore. HIGH RES PLACED A A heron is a carnivore. 42 EXPLAIN Omnivores Some animals, such as bears, seem to eat everything! They eat such living things as fish, berries, leaves, mice, and squirrels. Are bears carnivores because they eat animals? Are they herbivores because they eat plants? In fact, bears are called omnivores. An omnivore is an animal that eats both plants and animals. Other examples of omnivores include raccoons, pigs, dogs, and chickens.
Design a test to find out. f. Follow a set of written instructions for a scientiﬁc investigation. 37 EXPLORE What is a food chain? c Food chains describe the ﬂow of matter and energy among living things in an environment. A complete food chain includes producers, consumers, and decomposers. C Vocabulary food chain , p. 38 producer , p. 38 consumer , p. 38 decomposer , p. 39 herbivore , p. 40 You know that living things need energy to live and grow. They get energy from food. A food chain shows how energy passes from one organism to another as food.