Temperate Grassland Food
Here is the food diagram for the temperate grasslands. This represents which animals eat what in the specific biome. The bottom row, including plants and grass are the producers. They make food for other animals, yet only need sunlight to make food. The next row, which includes termites, zebras, giraffes, bison, gazelle, and ostriches are herbivores, as they only eat the producers, which are grass and plants. Also in that row, but instead omnivores, which eat both animals and plants, are aardvarks and mice. The very top row, which only consists of lions, eats zebras, giraffes, bison, gazelles, and ostriches. Lions are thus carnivores, meaning that they only eat meat. Off to the side, but not included in a row is the hyena. This is because it is a scavenger, meaning that it eats all animals, but only once the animals are dead.