In the food chain, the world of living things can be divided up into producers: those that can produce their own food from non-living things—and consumers: those that must get their food by consuming other living things.
Plants and other photosynthetic organisms are a type of producers called:
- Phototrophs (photo = “light,” and troph = “nourishment”).
All animals are consumers. They can be:
- Herbivores (herb = “small plant” and vore = “to eat”)
- Carnivores (carn = “flesh”)
- Omnivores (omni = “all”)
Based on the hints from the prefixes and suffixes, drag and drop the words to the correct definitions.