Food Chains and Food Webs Quiz

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Question 1

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The higher up the food chain you go, the ______ energy there is.
Answer
  • Lesser
  • More
  • Same

Question 2

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The higher up the food chain you go, the ______ biological magnification there is.
Answer
  • Lesser
  • More
  • Same

Question 3

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Which of these is the right order of levels from least amount to greatest amount?
Answer
  • Quaternary, Tertiary, Secondary, Primary, Producer
  • Quaternary,Secondary, Tertiary, Primary, Producer
  • Producer, Primary, Secondary, Tertiary, Quaternary
  • Producer, Secondary, Primary, Tertiary, Quaternary

Question 4

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Where does all the energy in a food chain first start at or come from?
Answer
  • Producers
  • The Sun
  • Bacteria
  • Consumers

Question 5

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______ connect to make a food web.
Answer
  • Producers only
  • Consumers only
  • Food chains
  • Food pyrimids

Question 6

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Which of these is the food chains is right order?
Answer
  • algae, seals, golden eagle, fish
  • algae, golden eagle, fish, seal
  • algae, fish, seals, golden eagle

Question 7

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If any living things below the top predator die in a food chain, it ______.
Answer
  • does not affect the predator.
  • makes the predator's population increase
  • makes the predator's population decrease
  • makes the predator's population increase then decrease

Question 8

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Which of these explains what disadvantages there is if it's prey dies out or is endangered?
Answer
  • It make the predator have less food, causing them to have to eat a new animal, causing the new animal's population to decrease
  • It make the predator more endangered of getting eaten, causing their population to go down, causing all the prey's population to increase
  • It make the predator want to eat its own kind, causing its own population to go down