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Differences in organisms that help them to live in their habitats (e.g. tiger's camouflage).
An organism that only eats meat.
When two or more animals or plants are fighting over the same resource.
The top of the food chain normally a carnivore.
When there are no more of a plant/animal left.
The order in which organisms eat each other.
A more complex food chanin which includes all animals and plants in a habitat.
The colour of grass and tree leaves!
Where the organism lives.
An organism that only eats plants.
An organism that eats both meats and plants.
A living thing, such as animals, plants and fungus.
An organism that produces oxygen for humans to breathe.
An animal that eats other animals.
The animals that get eaten by the predators.
Collection of trees.
100 years ago the first virus was found in plants and animals