The Food Chain of a Dolphin

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What is a food chain?

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1. What are the producers for the bottlenose dolphin food chain?

2. Why are bottlenose dolphins tertiary consumers?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Be prepared to answer questions regarding what a food chain is, the bottlenose dolphin food chain, and different types of consumers.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

To narrow it down, you will be examined on your comprehension of:

  • The definition of a food chain
  • Bottlenose dolphin food chain producers
  • The reason bottlenose dolphins are tertiary consumers
  • The type of consumer a catfish is
  • Why aquatic plants are producers in the dolphin food chain
  • The reason dolphins are in danger

Skills Practiced

  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding Earth's ecosystems
  • Critical thinking - apply relevant concepts to examine information about the lives of dolphins in a different light
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about the dolphin food chain

Additional Learning

Learn more about the dolphin food chain by utilizing our accompanying lesson, The Food Chain of a Dolphin. This lesson will sharpen your understanding of:

  • Different roles in the dolphin food chain
  • Groupings of dolphins
  • Threats to dolphins
  • Dolphin habitats
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