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Which of the following organisms is most likely to survive? A. the producers in a food web B. the top carnivore in a food chain C. a herbivore in a food chain D. the top carnivore in a food web

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Can you explain why :)?
"Producer" in the food chain or web is just a fancy way of saying "plant." These get eaten up by herbivores, which are eaten up by whatever is above it on the chain. By definition nobody eats the animal at the top of the food chain. A web describes a more complex (and realistic) view of what eats what but, unlike in a chain, there is not necessarily a strict hierarchy of who is on top.

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I thinkk its D

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