Organisms produce their own energy or provide energy for other organisms in a food chain. Many different organisms can be


Organisms produce their own energy or provide energy for other organisms in a food chain. Many different organisms can be found in the Amazon rainforest in South America. Organisms in this biome include a variety of trees, plants, insects, fish, birds, reptiles, and mammals. The jaguar and anaconda are among the largest predators found in the Amazon.
A large snake submerged in water. A large, spotted cat called a jaguar, walking on a log.
Photo by Trisha M. Shears Photo by US Fish and Wildlife Service
Which trophic level do anacondas and jaguars fill in the Amazon rainforest?
producer
primary consumer
secondary consumer
tertiary consumer


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