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  • plantae
  • All food begins with plants, which are grown by the sun and require the light produced by the sun for the process of photosynthesis (energy produced by light) to survive.
  • This tier consist of rabbits, the large majority of the formicidae family, ETC.
  • These plants are eaten by the next step in the energy chain, the primary consumers. This tier on the chain consist mostly of herbivores that consume plants. This class is hunted by the secondary consumers.
  • this tier consist of foxes, certain insects,ETC
  • After the primary consumers, come the secondary consumers. The secondary consumers obtain energy from eating the primary consumers for energy.
  • Decomposes are after the energy chain and primarily feed on the recently killed, eating the leftovers of other creatures for their own food
  • This tier consist of (mostly) ants, flies, certain birds (crows, ravens, ETC)
  • decomposers
  • This tier consist of large snakes, (similar species included) big cats, as well as other organisms based on region.
  • At the Tertiary level of the food chain, lies the Tertiary predators. Being the highest tier of consumers on the food chain, they feed on the secondary consumers, as well as primary consumers.
  • Beyond tertriary consumers lies the apex predator, a predator that cannot be stopped by most organisms and consumes the lower consumers. There will usually be only one or two apex predators in one food chain
  • This tier varies based on the chain it is in, but alligators, and armored pythons are the apex predators of planet C
  • hulking mass of destruction
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