examples of ocean food chains
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Answers:seagulls eat crabs on the beach... crabs don't really feed on algea or seaweed. try mollusks like the oyster or something that filter feeds. a lot of fish eats oysters....
Answers:A producer would be like the green scum or the plankton that make up that green scum. Little fish eat the scum. Even bigger fish eat those little fish. Even bigger fish eat those fish. Sharks eat those biggest fish. So eating the green producers indirectly. Took a while, but we got there. Plankton>Minnows>Trout>Shark Seaweed>Small fish>Big fish>Bigger fish>Shark This is an example of the food chain. Herbivore is an animal that just eats plants, yes it is another type of consumer. =D
Answers:That prokaryote is food for filter feeders ( Fan worms etc. 1). They are preyed upon by small carnivores (Crabs etc. 2) Those may be eaten bydeep dwelling fish, (Lanternfish etc. 3). These are only guesses. Best check on them.
Answers:The surface of the sea swarms with billions of microscopic plants, called diatoms. With other plants such as seaweed, diatoms form the first link in most marine food chains. Orcas (killer whales) often eat cod and cod eat bivalves, especially mussels and cockles. In turn, the bivalves feed on tiny zooplankton that they filter out of the water. These zooplankton eat even tinier plants, the diatoms and other phytoplankton. Thus the diatoms are the producers and the zooplankton, bivalves, cod and orca are all consumers.