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Scavengers

Scavengers are a diverse group of consumers who are responsible for eating the 'leftovers' of other animals. From the vulture flies, scavengers are one of the broadest groups of consumers that exist.

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Endangered, Vulnerable, and Threatened Species
Hawks
Scavengers

Is red tail hawk a scavenger?

Not typically, they prefer live prey. The RTH is one of he most adaptable birds of prey and will scavenge if necessary.

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Marine
Food Chains and Food Webs
Scavengers

Where do marine scavengers go in a food chain?

at the end because humans have hardly any predators

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Ecosystems
Decomposers
Scavengers

What are some examples of decomposers?

Decomposers are organisms that break down dead or decaying organisms, and in doing so carry out the natural process of decomposition.

Decomposers break down (or consume) leaf litter, dead organisms and other detritus. In doing this they release nutrients trapped in the dead material back into the soil, making it available to plants and other primary producers, continuing the nutrient cycle of an ecosystem.

General catagories of decomposers are:

  • worms
  • molds
  • fungi (the primary and common decomposers of litter in many ecosystems)
  • bacteria
  • actinobacteria

Specific decomposers are:

  • mushrooms
  • termites
  • flies (& maggots)
  • cockroaches
  • lactobacteria (for mozzarella cheese and frozen yogurt)
  • beetle
  • slug
  • insects

Roundworms,Fungi, Bacteria,and Mold

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Care of Birds
Hawks
Geometry
Scavengers

Why do hawks circle in the sky?

Hawks circle when they are looking for prey and they also look like they are circling when they are actually riding the warm thermals in the atmosphere. Some of what you might think are hawks could actually be turkey vultures or black birds.

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Mainly buteos do soaring, as their wide wings enable them to glide without a single flap of the wing. Vultures will circle on warm thermals, and doves can catch the wind and briefly glide. Swallows and martins circle and zip in the sky catching small bugs.

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Scavengers

Cde scavenger hunt L33T 1?

try the doll Summer. The blue thing might not pop up but that's what i got for the answer.

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Animal Life
Wetlands
Decomposers
Scavengers

What are some examples of scavengers?

Scavengers are animals that feed on carrion or refuse, rather than kill their own prey.

Hyenas, vultures, and raccoons are all scavengers. Other animals such as owls and rats can act as scavengers, although they may be carnivores or omnivores.

"Bottom feeders" such as catfish and some crabs are scavengers.

Some other animals that can be scavengers are:

Wedge-tailed Eagle

Dingo

Jackal

Crow

Shark (there are many)

Crabs

Maggots (Fly Larvae)

Goannas

Flathead(a fish in Australia)

Heksia (found in Africa)
Vultures, carrion crows

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Scavengers

What is the definition of a scavenger?

a scavenger is is the 2nd consumer in the food chain. It eats dead animals. Some examples of scavengers are vultures.
A scavenger is a crow or a vulture.
a lion

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Science
Herbivores
Carnivores
Scavengers

What is an example of a herbivore?

There are many animals whose diets consist of only plant matter. Some of the most well known are:

  • Horse
  • Cow
  • Zebra
  • Sheep
  • Rabbits
  • Giraffes
  • Elephants
  • Rhinoceroses
  • Deer
  • Elk
  • Antelope
  • Llama
  • Grasshopper
  • Caterpillars
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Toys
Shopping
Commercial Bank and Checking Accounts
Scavengers

What is a good list of things for a scavenger hunt party.?

From the casaa website for school scavenger huntEach team is to collect the following items to be presented to charity on behalf of this event. 2 rolls of toilet paper 1 roll of paper towels two pillow cases3 J-clothes a full roll of plastic wrap a towel or bed sheet2 new bars of soap 1 new tube of toothpaste 1 pair of gloves or mittsa wallet a puzzle 2 children's books1 woman's outfit 1 child's outfit 2 pairs of shoes or boots

Teams must collect all of the above items to receive the 500 POINTS available. There is no other point structure for this section.

  • TEAM MEMBER COSTUMES FOR JUDGING

Your team must get dressed up in the following costumes for judging. a girl in a kimono a hippie a person as Elvis a nerd a clown a Ninja Turtle a hockey player a person in a bikini an accountant a sanitary engineer

These are worth 30 points each and an additional 200 POINTS bonus for all members in costumes.

  • TRIVIA SECTION

You must answer a minimum of 10 questions correctly, in order to be eligible for any prizes. Your answer page must be turned in before 1:00 PM on Sunday.

SCORING SYSTEM FOR TRIVIA QUESTIONS

20 out of 20 ------ 250 points 15 out of 20 ------ 160 points 19 out of 20 ------ 200 points 14 out of 20 ------ 150 points 18 out of 20 ------ 190 points 13 out of 20 ------ 140 points 17 out of 20 ------ 180 points 12 out of 20 ------ 130 points 16 out of 20 ------ 170 points 11 or fewer ------ ZERO points When making the trivia questions, be sure to use questions about your school and community.

Record team lists and team leaders. If a problem should arise, you can contact your participants. Get staff members to act as judges. This will allow all students to participate including your student leaders. This is an ideal event for staff to run, and it is fun for staff to formulate the scavenger list and trivia questions.

The following Scavenger Hunt list is from Preston High School in Cambridge, Ont. You may use this or make up your own list.

  • SCAVENGER HUNT LIST

a paper clip10 pointsa picture of two members of your group in front of a McDonald's50 points

a geranium10 points

a rollscanhardly150 points

a 1971 census pencil75 points

a Supertest logo50 points

a beanie50 points

a Winter Carnival Pin50 points

an American $2.00 bill50 points

an Expo 86 Passport30 points

a B.A. Roadmap75 points

a pair of clackers20 points

a plastic plant10 points

a toupee40 points

a team member's grandfather150 points

a bow tie, and be able to tie it20 points

a ping pong paddle10 points

a bushel basket10 points

a yellow golf tee10 points

a brown paper lunchbag10 points

an only you can stop drinking and driving sticker 10 points

a red white and blue ball10 points

a copy of Mad Magazine10 points

a plastic orange garbage bag10 points

a tent and it must be pitched75 points

a green umbrella30 points

a Toronto road map10 points

a field hockey shirt10 points

a Kermit the Frog10 points

silly putty50 points

play dough20 points

one Lego piece10 points

a wet nap10 points

a Gobot10 points

Mr. Smith's autograph10 points

a hula hoop20 points

a yo-yo10 points

a wartime rations card150 points

a gift certificate10 points

a Zellers shopping bag10 points

a team member's brother or sister75 points

a picture of four team members with the principal of your school75 points

a cowboy hat10 points

a piece of artificial turf20 points

a staple10 points

a microfilm50 points

a dill pickle10 points

a picture of three members of your team with Bill100 points

an empty bottle of Chanel #550 points

a lazy susan30 points

a Snoopy electric toothbrush75 points

nose hair clippers30 points

a Ken doll20 points

an ant trap10 points

a rain poncho20 points

fish net nylons20 points

white go-go boots75 points

a picture of Michael Landon10 points

a hacky sack10 points

a piece of coal20 points

hedge clippers10 points

an alarm clock10 points

a picture frame10 points

a piece of gum found stuck to the road30 points

a picture of the Osmond Brothers when Donny was 12 yrs old100 points

a first class mail sticker20 points

10 empty pixi sticks50 points

a tape recording of THE CHAMP100 points

something that says ``Made in Canada'' on it20 points

a program from the Shaw Festival50 points

a belt buckle with a truck on it50 points

a cricket mallet and ball40 points

a plane ticket30 points

a sewing ball used to darn socks30 points

a Golden Bear golf ball40 points

a list of the Blue Jay's first starting lineup75 points

a calendar from an Insurance company20 points

a yellow pastel20 points

a Thunder Cats drinking glass50 points

a donut from Tim Horton's10 points

a student handbook10 points

a 1968 yearbook75 points

a pair of Coke glasses20 points

a bus transfer 100 points

a ticket stub from a Meatloaf or ELO concert150 points

a picture of Robert Zimmerman40 points

a tie dyed shirt30 points

a grocery bill over $90.0010 points

a recipe for gazpacho30 points

a footlong shoe horn40 points

windshield wiper glasses30 points

a plastic knife fork and spoon10 points

an empty KFC bucket40 points

a bathing cap10 points

an athletic support20 points

a schleterkadavski250 points

something from the prom20 points

a used Bounce dryer sheet10 points

an empty toilet paper roll10 points

a flexible straw10 points

a ring from a bubble gum machine20 points

a Daniel Steele novel10 points

Gumby or Pokey75 points

a WWF wrestling ring50 points

an eight ball20 points

a pair of galoshes10 points

a popple20 points

a suncatcher20 points

a tube of Preparation H20 points

Headline from the Toronto Star, November 22, 1963 50 points

a yogi rope30 points

a paper airplane20 points

an Ouija board75 points

an origami example30 points

the candlestick from the board game CLUE40 points

a canoe150 points

a Canada's Wonderland Day pass20 points

a Blue Jays souvenir10 points

a red devil30 points

a Farah Fawcett poster50 points

a Bobby Sherman album100 points

a t-shirt from Newfoundland75 points

a black brush10 points

a picture of a team member eating Christmas dinner40 points

a stethoscope40 points

$1,000,000 10 points

a goofy cap40 points

a toilet seat50 points

a driveable dump truck250 points

a bible10 points

a raw rawhide bone10 points

a baby's bonnet20 points

a garlic press20 points

an egg separater20 points

a fluorescent vest40 points

a flag flying100 points

a unicycle40 points

snowshoes20 points

a Mr. Turtle Pool75 points

a car air freshener10 points

a garter belt20 points

a plastic pail and shovel20 points

a sea shell10 points

a box of Kraft Dinner10 points

a reporter from the local paper150 points

a TV personality 150 points

a picture of someone with a handlebar mustache20 points

a monocle30 points

a Twister game set up and ready to play75 points

an original spiral Coke-Cola bottle50 points

a sparkler10 points

a whoopee cushion20 points

a red sled50 points

a skateboard10 points

a Flintstone vitamin30 points

toe socks20 points

a bathmat10 points

a peanut in the shell10 points

a can of sardines10 points

a pogo ball20 points

cuff links10 points

Murmel Murmel50 points

a tandem bike75 points

a wind surfer with the mast up100 points

a pair of thongs10 points

a footsie75 points

a funnel10 points

a bird's nest20 points

a hamster or guinea pig30 points

a kiwi10 points

a tambourine10 points

a hard boiled egg10 points

a lawn chair10 points

an inflatible duck ringbuoy40 points

Who's Next30 points

a venus fly trap100 points

a ball and jacks20 points

piece of licorice root20 points

four leaf clover20 points

an original finger painting20 points

a souvenir from a Royal Wedding30 points

a Q Tip10 points

a hotel guest soap10 points

a fish neck tie30 points

a sou'wester50 points

a green alley20 points

a 1984 nickle40 points

a hydro bill10 points

a squirt gun10 points

a group member's baby tooth30 points

a Perry Como Christmas album30 points

an ice pack from a cooler10 points

a record or tape that teaches another language50 points

a picture of four team members in a swimming pool75 points

a picture of all team members wearing spirit wear75 points

a plastic baseball bat10 points

a piece of blue construction paper10 points

a banner with your team name on it50 points

a coffee can10 points

an exam timetable 20 points

a glue gun20 points

a Canadian flag20 points

a roll of masking tape10 points

a yellow submarine30 points

a green beret30 points

a bowling trophy20 points

a maple leaf10 points

a cracker jack prize20 points

a wheel barrow50 points

a pick up truck150 points

a kite that is flying30 points

a pony30 points

a tie clip20 points

a pennant from another province30 points

a pine cone10 points

a red elastic20 points

a boomerang30 points

a piece of Hot Wheels track20 points

matches from a wedding10 points

a wooden spoon10 points

an Italian-English dictionary20 points

a power puck30 points

a picture of Elvis20 points

a sponge10 points

a door stop20 points

a brown car mat10 points

a yearbook from another school20 points

a pair of book ends10 points

a lamp shade10 points

a Nerf basket ball20 points

an eyelash curler30 points

an electric egg beater10 points

a Christmas tree light bulb10 points

a pink Panther10 points

an invitation from any other high school's formal20 points

an animal slipper30 points

a photo of 1 group member beside a retired teacher from your school75 points

an AC\DC t-shirt10 points

a 1982 tax return50 points

a t-shirt with Daytona Beach on it10 points

a balding man wearing brown shoes (no staff)150 points

whole body long underwear20 points

a picture of a boy fishing20 points

30,000 lbs. of Bananas75 points10,000 Maniacs50 points

a street map of London ONT50 points

a NKOTB poster10 points

picture of 2 group members at midnight (shown on a public clock)75 points

a picture of 4 members in front of a bakery50 points

a parachute150 points

a ticket stub from Hamlet50 points

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Australia
Omnivores
Scavengers

What kinds of scavengers are there in Australia?

Several of Australia's scavenging animals include:

  • Tasmanian devil
  • crows
  • wedge-tailed eagles
  • foxes (introduced)
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Crickets (Insect)
Scavengers

Are crickets producers consumers or scavengers?

primary consumers. they eat producers and get eaten by secondary consumers.

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Insects
Geckos
Scavengers

What do slaters eat?

slaters eat mould and other fungus Slaters are omnivores/scavengers and will eat decaying vegetable, fungi and animal matter.

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Biology
Scavengers

Why is bacteria called nature's scavengers?

Bacteria are called nature's scavengers because they eat dead or decayed materials and break them down into chemical parts which can be used by animals and plants.

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Cats (Felines)
Cat Behavior
Scavengers

Are stray cats scavengers?

Yes, but still prey on small animals.

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Animal Life
Scavengers

How are scavengers and predators the alike?

Scavengars and predators are alike because they both have to be animals. the differences are scavengars search for and predators kill their food

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Carnivores
Consumers (food chain)
Scavengers

What are scavenger carnivores?

Meat-eaters that don't hunt, but rather FIND their meat from an already eaten carcass or another animal's leftovers. An example would be a hyena!

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Science
Herbivores
Carnivores
Scavengers

What benthic zone do lichens live in?

Lichens do not live under water. The benthic zone is too deep for photosynthesis.

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Ecosystems
Scavengers

What role do scavengers play in ecosystem?

Scavengers eat only dead animals and it help our ecosystem, environment stay clean.

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Omnivores
Decomposers
Scavengers

What is are some examples of scavengers?

I would say the animals that fart are scavengers.

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Mercedes-Benz
Scavengers

Lawrence ferlinghetti two scavengers in a truck?

It's a Poem by

Lawrence Ferlinghetti

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Centipedes
Ecosystems
Scavengers

Are worms decomposers?

There are many creatures that are called 'worms'.

Earthworms are considered to be decomposers.

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Scavengers

What is a list of 50 herbivores omnivores and carnivores?

This list of 50 or more animals includes carnivores, omnivores, and herbivores:

CARNIVORES

alligator

badger

cat

cheetah

crocodile

dog

dolphin

eagle

falcon

foxhawk

hyena

lion

orca

owl

polar-bear

puma

salmon

scorpian

shark

spider

tiger

whale

wolf

Herbivores

cows

deer

donkey

giaraffe

goat

hippopotamus

horse

hummingbird

opossum

ox

panda

rabbit

rhinoceros

sheep

shrew

sloth

zebra

Omnivores

bears

cassowary

chicken

chimpanzee

crow

humans

magpie

mice

pig

raccoon

rats

raven

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Scavengers

What are some examples of aquatic scavengers?

"Bottom feeders" such as catfish are scavengers, as are many species of crabs.

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Scavengers

What is the significance of the savanna?

The answer is that the people in the savanna are mostly about agricultural sscience

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