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Habitats and Food Chains - Fox and Hedgehog

In this Teachers TV short programme, animals and plants talk about their place in a food chain and how they are interlinked. A fox, a hedgehog, a caterpillar and a carrot talk about what they eat, showing how animals and plants are reliant on one another to survive. When one of the links disappears it shows what happens to the rest of the chain. The video ends with a question designed to provoke a classroom discussion on food chains. This starter clip is a light hearted way of introducing food chains and could be used for any age at primary level.

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