Ecology Quizzes & Trivia

It’s the survival of the fittest! That is the rule of the wild. Do you think you’re up to our ecological challenge? We have some questions that will need your heightened senses. Here are some easy ones. Do you know what the relationship of the shark and remora is called? Why is the remora sometimes called a “shark sucker”? Don’t you just hate those parasites? Yeah, they just take and take from their host and don’t even have the decency to give some back. Well, that’s nature!

If given some challenging questions, what kind of creature are you? Are you the predator who’s ready to attack? Or are you the prey who’s starting to backtrack? We shall see. Come on and ace these questions on ecology!
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Ecology is a branch of biology which is involved in the study of the relationship between various organisms and their physical surroundings. Now, let's see how much you understand this definition. This quiz has some...

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    Succession, where glaciers melt and expose new rock, is called

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    What are the three factors a niche includes?

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    Nonliving parts of the environment such as soil, water, sunlight. 

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    It is the study of how organisms live and how they interact with their environment.

There are different kinds of environments on the earth’s surface. Living and non-living things coexist in this world in order to share the resources available to them in their environmental ecosystem. Do you think you have...

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    Where do plants get the energy from to make food?

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Ecology Questions & Answers

What would be the effect of a farmer introducing a rat poison in to the ecosystem that is toxic to rats and mice in the terrestrial food web above?
The population of rabbits would decrease because the fox and the owl will not have mice to feed on so they will have to eat more rabbits!
What is the snake an example of in the food chain given below?
Why is it tertiary it makes no sense because it is the second consumer in the food chain this is so frustrating im done forget this i dont need science this is stupid im dropping out just kidding
What level is directly affected by the sun? Using the food web above, create a food chain. Label the producer, primary consumer, secondary consumer and tertiary consumer.
This type of question can be answered very quickly when you have an understanding of what food chain means. A food chain can be defined as the feeding relationship in which there is a linear network of links in a food web which starts from the produc