,From where do all living things get their energy?
Living things get their energy either directly or indirectly.
Almost all living things get their energy directly from the sun, or they have to get their food by hunting it down like carnivores. The plants get their energy from the sunlight. Carnivores get their energy indirectly. Plants get their energy directly. Animals get their energy by eating food that has protein or nutrition’s. Copyright 2008 Pearson Education, inc California Life Science
Suns energy gets their energy by biomass.Topic Question: Where do all living things get their energy?
Main Idea: Suns energy gets their energy by biomass.
All living energy is a renewable form of energy as plants can be grown in a small period of time. In fact it is considered one of the only renewable resources of the future. One of the direct and oldest ways of getting every living things energy is by heat.
Every living thing gets their energy by eating and the sun.
Herbivores - Herbivores are the plant eaters. They have the ability to digest the plants they eat and release the energy stored in the plant cells for their own use. Some examples of animals in this group are deer, cows, elephants, rabbits, elks, zebras, most insects, and birds that eat fruit and seeds. Sometimes scientists call this level of the food chain the Primary Consumers.