What is the food chain of a sand cat?
The sand cat eats snakes ,rats ,lizards.
mouse, cat, Asian
Who made this food chain the grass gets eaten by the mouse the mouse gets eaten by the cat you eat the cat?
that's a pretty a pretty ****ed out food chain but agree that's pretty dumb food chain
A domestic cat is just below a dog in the food chain. However, in the wild, big cats are generally at the top.
almost everything that is smaller than the cat
The food chain is, a chain in witch animals eat eachother. Like for example this is not right but to get an idea..A mice eats cheese a cat eats the mice, a dog eats the cat, a wofl eats the dog,a bear eats the wolf... that would be a food chain.
does it matter
fish dog cat
cat, bird, worm
hmmm....i guess chocolate??!! ID no
bird cat dog anaconda
Most cats are considered to be predator's.
it is a comsumer
The organisms of cat family
The predator of a cat is usually anything bigger than it; in other words, the food chain.
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well, one is the date palm, to the jerboa, to the sand fox.
rodents, lizards, insects, snakes, gerbil, bird and jerboas.
The food chain would disrupt. Mouse-eating cats will die, Cat-eating dogs will die, and so on.
A food chain is one animal right after each other (ex. hawk> snake> mouse> grass) and on a food chain things branch off. (ex. hawk and eagle> snake and cat> mouse and cow> grass). All of this would be in diagram form. Look up pictures of food chain and food web on the internet.
Judging by the time period and palce that the Saber-Toothed Cat had lived in, it would've been at the top of the food chain. Even though the Mammoth lived in the same time period as the Saber-Toothed Cat, and was bigger and stronger than it, it wouldn't have been on the top of the Food Chain because it isn't a carnivore. A Mammoth would be a primary and/or secondary consumer, and a Saber-Toothed Cat would've… Read More
Small animals living in the desert, such as the jerboa or sand cat, prevent loss of moisture in their bodies by simply eating food. The plants (jerboa) and prey (sand cat) have already consumed water, so as the sand cat/jerboa/whatever eats, it consumes water.
Food chain mainly starts from a producer which is plant. It starts from a lettuce or a leaf which is eaten by an insect and then the chain continues e.g leaf > insect > bird > cat > eagle and so on.
Butterfly -> Snail -> Cat -> Dog -> Wolf -> Deer -> Claire Cohen
Just think of a food chain. Grass < bugs < birds < cat
nothing eats this cat its top of the food chain :P you would be idiots to ask this question its a big cat for crying out loud!!! so the answer is nothing eats this cat.
One could likely purchase Evo cat food from pet stores in the area. Some large chain department stores may carry it as well. One may also purchase Evo cat food from online retailers such as Amazon.
the cat to the monkey to the dog to elephant to the fish to the mouse to the ant then to the blue tangs.
The relationship between the sand cat and humans. Apparently, Ancient Egyptians kept them as pets and they were loving, loyal, sacred animals. it offered companionship for both the human and animal. The sand cats got food and affection and the Ancient Egyptians got affection and a new best friend.
In many of the dog/cat foods there are bi-products and that means organs, hooves, horns, etc., in the food. If the FDA isn't too fussy about what we eat (until recently) where do we think the animal food will be on the food chain.
It's all part of the grand design of the food chain: the bigger fish eats the smaller fish. The dog eats the cat. The cat eats the mouse. The mouse eats the grain. The grain eats nutrients from the soil. The soil is rich in nutrients because of a decomposing dog. Or cat. Or mouse, even. Thus, we can conclude: the worm is on top of them all in the food chain !
The sand cat is endangered because they are hunted by humans, collected and sold.
Felis margarita thinobia is the largest species of sand cat.
Actually the food chain starts with a producer. The producer makes its own food during the process called photosynthesis. In which it gets its energy from the Sunlight. This is one reason why we sometimes say that a food chain starts with the Sun. Sunlight----> (falls on) Plant----> (plant carries out photosynthesis to make food)----> (plant fresh and green!!) Sunlight--> Plant--> Caterpillar--> Bird--> Cat--> Decomposers.
Yes they are i think all animals are, as they are either preditor or prey or both to something else.
grass, mouse, prarie cat, lion, bird
A big cat like the jaguar is called a top predator and is a consumer in the food chain.
It is just the same as litter- training your cat on cat litter. 1. Make sure you have garden sand that your cat can dig. 2.Take your cat to the garden to let it find a pile of sand. Tip: Supervise your cat wherever it goes. 3. After it has find sand, hold its paw and rub it to the sand. Tip: We highly recommend you to let the cat rub the sand after dinner… Read More
they hide in the sand
There are many food chains and the animals are eaten by other things its life... But, here is one suggestion: Date Palm eaten by: a Jerboa eaten by: a Sand Fox
Desert Food Chain,Arctic Food Chain,Northern Food Chain and Forest food chain
It is at the top of the food chain and a predator. It eats 65+ pounds of meat a day and is a large cat.
Sunlight< Grass< Small Tropical Bird< Larger Scanvenger Bird< Jaguar or Big Cat
They prefer small mammals like rodents. But also will eat small lizards frogs and birds.
It is a food chain.
there is no such things of sand cats.
Sand Cats are not endagered.
It's a food chain that has four steps, or four stages. A good example is a first stage with a plant, that's eaten by an insect, which is then eaten by a bird, and then that bird is finally eaten by a larger predator like a cat (so basically, this is the transfer of energy from creature to creature until it gets to the highest creature in the food chain in four steps).