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Most energy in an ecosystem comes originally from _____. plants, primary consumers, the Sun, or the soil
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User: Most energy in an ecosystem comes originally from _____. plants, primary consumers, the Sun, or the soil

Weegy: Most energy in an ecosystem comes originally from the Sun.
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User: You are a _____ consumer if you feed on secondary consumers.

Weegy: B Primary
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User: About how much energy is transferred between a producer and primary consumer?

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You are a TERTIARY consumer if you feed on secondary consumers.
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About 10% of the energy in a producer is transferred to a primary consumer.
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