raffle_snaffle
  • raffle_snaffle
From an energy standpoint, why is it that in every community there are only a few tertiary predators?
Biology
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hlilly2413
  • hlilly2413
If so, think about how much energy is actually transferred from one organism to the next. If you don't know-google it. The answer will help you come to a conclusion.
anonymous
  • anonymous
@hlilly2413 I don't think you mean "...organisms have the most energy..." and instead mean, which organisms are most efficient at metabolic energy conservation. I have way more energy in me than a single-cell algae, but it is still way better off in terms of utilizing input energy for efficient use.

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