Is shrimp a consumer or predator?

Is shrimp a consumer or predator?

They have something like a strainer that collects whatever is floating in the water as they swim. Some of this is plant stuff and some is animal stuff, so shrimp are omnivores. Sometimes they act as primary consumers (when they eat plants) and sometimes as secondary consumers (when they eat animals).

Is a fish a Decomposer or consumer?

The food-chain includes the producer, primary consumer, secondary consumer and decomposers. Diatoms are a major group of algae, and are among the most common types of phytoplankton so are the producers, crustacean belongs to primary consumer, fish is secondary consumer, seal is tertiary and bacteria are decomposers.

Is red cod a Decomposer producer or consumer?

Decomposer Producer
Red cod
Sea stars
Phytoplankton
Dolphins

What is lowest on the food chain?

The lowest part of the food chain are the plants. They are called producers because they produce their own food using the sunlight’s energy. This process is called photosynthesis. Animals are the consumers of the food chain.

What would happen if there is no plants in the food chain?

Without plants, animals would have no oxygen to breathe and would die. People also depend on plants for food. All animals eat either plants or plant-eating animals. Without plants there would be no food to eat!

What will happen if all plants are creepers?

Both creepers and climbers are weak-stemmed plants and, hence, cannot grow erect without support. The difference is that creepers spread horizontally along the soil. At the nodal regions – where leaves grow – they produce fibre-like roots arising from the base of the stem, which get fixed and grow further.

Is the Earth losing oxygen?

A pair of researchers from Toho University and NASA Nexus for Exoplanet System Science has found evidence, via simulation, that Earth will lose its oxygen-rich atmosphere in approximately 1 billion years. Then, as carbon dioxide levels fall, plant life will begin to suffer, resulting in reduced production of oxygen.

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