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What is the food pyramid? Where are humans on the food pyramid? What other types of trophic levels appear of the food pyramid?
The Food Guide Pyramid is an outline of what to eat each day based on the Dietary Guidelines. The consumers, or human race, is at the top of the food chain. [ Trophic levels are the feeding position in a food chain such as primary producers, herbivore, primary carnivore, etc. Green plants form the first trophic level, the producers. Herbivores form the second trophic level, while carnivores
form the third and even the fourth trophic levels. In this section we will discuss what is meant by food chains, food webs and ecological pyramids. ]
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