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1. Which of the following is an example of energy transfer from the sun to a producer and then to a consumer?

a. sun warms rocks; squirrels climb over rocks; squirrels are eaten by other animals

b. sunlight helps plants to grow and deer eat plants

c. sun heats pond water; fish swim in water; bears eat fish

d. none of the above

I think it's b but can you check?

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    I agree with b. In a and c, the energy contributed by the sun is not directly converted to chemical energy of the eaten animals.

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