Who Eats Who? - A Food Web




This is a foodweb that I made in college. You can see who eats who by starting with the sun and following the outward lines through plants, primary consumers, secondary consumers, and tertiary consumers (Lions, tigers, bears, and us!) on the outer rings.  (Click the map to enlarge)



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21 comments:

  1. Outstanding. This is in a class all by itself (pun intended). Well done!!!

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  2. WHERE can I buy these?? Seriously!!

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  3. Thanks, Nina and Jonathon!! I would love to turn this into a poster. How do I do that?!

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  4. This is amazing!
    You actually design all of these? Must be a lot of effort.
    I +1 this :)

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  5. This was so good, Julian. You should make a whole book out of this, not just a poster.

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  6. Julian, definitely pursue turning this into a book/poster. I wonder if there's an educational tools company that could help.

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  7. I was thinking that I could get them printed somewhere and sell them through an online shop. I'm slowly thinking up a book idea, too.

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    1. A lot of time had past but perhaps consider this https://help.society6.com/hc/en-us/articles/227119388

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  8. Hi Julian...congrats for your brilliant contribution! By the way, I´m preparing something related with environmental impact assessment and would like to link stakeholders in a similar way. Have you done this through a custom software or code scripts?

    All the best,
    Euro

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  9. Amazing job. A great reference. Thanks!

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  10. just found this food web - I'll use it in my preschool class. several other school sites have used it too ... make sure you take credit for it.

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  11. Namaste Julian,
    We will organize a (free) event in Nepal about wildlife conservation, and I was wondering if we could use your food web? It's an amazing work! Thank you in advance!

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  12. I'm another who would like to use your work in an educational context. Have you gotten it printed yet? One option would be to load it up to spoonflower.com which prints fabric and wallpaper, and let people order it when they want it. No cost to you, but you'd get paid something every time someone orders it.

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  13. Thank you so much for these. they are so super wonderful!

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  14. Very nice work....Great and thanks

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