Note: These Challenge Questions coincide with the Spring 2000 Reports
Date: Fri Mar 03 2000 - 02:49:55 EST
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How do seasonal changes in photoperiod affect your animal's food web?
When the photoperiod decreases the animals will go into hibernation or move
to another place to get more food because of food shortages because plants
will not grow as much. Ice will cover fish and temperatures will kill
insects and plants. When the photoperiod increases there are more plants,
the temperatures are warmer so insects and baby animals can live and food
will be in good supply
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