What is the food chain?

What is the food chain?

In nature, there are 'producers' that build the organic mass, and 'consumers' that eat. Producers are the plants, which develop and make energy with the assistance of photosynthesis. They are eaten by a consumer, and that consumer is often eaten by another consumer. This chain of consumers is known as the 'food chain'. A short food chain is gross-cow-man. A longer one is algae-water insects-herring-seal-polar bear: A water insects eats algae, a herring eats numerous water insects, a seal eats herrings, and the polar bear eats the seal. At last, a ton of algae are expected to sustain a polar bear. At the point when the polar bear passes on, its meat is either eaten by different creatures or it is decayed into supplements by microscopic organisms. These supplements are again utilized by the algae to make energy, and in this way the food chain gets finished.

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