It depends on the kind of fish. Some fish are primary consumers, some are secondary or tertiary consumers.
Some consumers are called "primary consumers" and others are called "secondary consumers" because the primary consumer is the first consumer and a secondary is the second consumer.
The ones that eat the primary consumers...
primary consumers are herbivores and secondary consumers are carnivores so secondary consumers eat primary consumers
Yes, some birds are primary consumers in that they eat plants or seeds. Some birds are secondary consumers because they eat fish, rodents, and other birds.
Turtles may be primary or secondary consumers depending on the species.
Insects, rodents, rabbits, hares, deer and antelope are some primary consumers in the desert.
The primary consumers of the grasslands are small rodents such as rats and mice there are also other types of primary consumers such as rabbits, giraffes, pronghorn antelopes, and grass hoppers
Some are (the zooplankton), some are not (the phytoplankton).
Primary consumers are animals that eat plants, while secondary consumers are animals that eat primary consumers.
Some species of birds are primary consumers.
Primary consumers eat primary producers(plant-eaters). Secondary consumers eat primary consumers (meat-eaters) Tertiary consumers eat secondary consumers. Quaternary consumers eat tertiary consumers.
Primary consumers feed on producers (plants) and secondary consumers feed on primary consumers. For example, rabbits are primary consumers because they feed on vegetation. Foxes are secondary consumers because they feed on rabbits.
yes they are primary consumers
Yes and no. Some species of beetle can be primary consumers, while other species are secondary or tertiary consumers.
Insects, rodents, rabbits, hares, squirrels and hoofed animals are some primary consumers in the desert.
There are no 'primary consumers' on Antarctica: it's too cold to support animal life, and there is no food chain there.
Secondary consumers - primary consumers are the herbivores
No, snakes are secondary consumers. They feed on primary consumers.
No. They are secondary consumers because they feed on primary consumers
No! Carnivores are secondary consumers. Herbivores are primary consumers.
caterpillar, worm, plankton, rabbit ,and humans are consumers
primary consumers are the consumers which feed upon the producers secondary consumers are the consumers which feed upon the primary consumers tertiary consumers are the consumers which feed upon the secondary consumers
Primary consumers eat producers like plants and algae, secondary consumers eat primary consumers, and tertiary consumers eat secondary consumers. Here is the order: Higher Level consumers Tertiary Consumers Secondary Consumers Primary Consumers Producers