Yes; they make their own food, whereas consumers (such as animals) have to eat producers (either directly, by eating plants, or indirectly, through eating another organism that eats plants) to gain energy. Plants are producers they get energy from the sun and animals eat it and becomes body heat of course.
If you mean on a food chain/web then the primary consumers eat plants (eg: slugs) but then the secondary consumer (eg: birds) eat the slugs and berries etc.
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Yes, they are secondary consumers because they consume plants.
yes they are comsumers because the are comsum into an other organism
Plants are consumers are consumers and producers because they make and eat their food.
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are plants consumers
they are both consumers and producers
The plants get 10 percent energy from the sun. The highest concentration of energy is in producers [for example plants or algae]. Then the primary consumer eats only plants but retain only ten percent of their energy. Secondary consumers eat the primary consumers and get ten percent from the primary consumers. Secondary consumers can also eat plants. Then the final level is the tertiary consumers who are typically carnivores and eat secondary consumers. They retain 10 percent from the secondary consumers. So with each level less energy is achieved.
Horses, as other consumers, eat plants, which also makes them herbivores. They are also primary consumers that are considered grazers along with deer, cows, and elephants.
Ethier by solar power or some other ways that i forget Consumers eat producers, plants. Plants make food by using the sun. So, the sun is the main source for all energy.
in an ecosystem there are many contributions. the consumers can be several levels of the food web but basically they consume or eat some other animal or thing. the peroducers are like grass and plants in an ecosystem there are many contributions. the consumers can be several levels of the food web but basically they consume or eat some other animal or thing. the peroducers are like grass and plants
A primary consumer obtains its energy from producers (i.e. plants). Therefore a rabbit is a primary consumer because it eats grass and other plants. A secondary consumer eats primary consumers, therefore they do not get their energy directly from plants.The fox that eats the rabbit would be a secondary consumer.
consumers just eat plants.
No, I think primary consumers eat plants. Plants are producers.
Secondary Consumers eat other primary consumers. Primary consumers eat plants or producers.
No. They are secondary consumers. They eat animals (primary consumers) who eat plants (producers). So, they are not primary consumers.
To eat plants and then become food for secondary consumers.
Primary consumers eat plants. Producers(plants) provide food for Primary Consumers(herbivores) which in turn provide food for Secondary Consumers(carnivores) Note that omnivores (animals which eat both plants and other animals) belong to both classes of consumers.
eat plants and animals