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What are some advantages of being part of a food web rather than a food chain?
A food chain is a single line of organisms, where each is preceded by something that it consumes and is followed by something that consumes it. [ A food web branches out in all directions with arrows pointing from organisms to any number of organisms that consume it. Source(s): ]
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