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• Explain the flow of energy through the ecosystem using specific plant and animal examples. Correctly use the following terms in your example and explanation; primary producer, primary consumer, secondary consumer, tertiary consumer, trophic level.
• Explain which trophic level you think requires the most biomass to survive.
• Considering the amount of energy required to produce animal-based foods and goods, how is it ecologically beneficial for humans to eat at lower trophic levels?

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