10 Percent Rule in Ecosystems?

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The 10 percent rule in an ecosystem is that energy is passed to a predator from it's pray at 10 percent. This would mean that if a deer ate grass, only 10 percent of the energy from that grass would be passed on to whatever eats the deer. The deer would have used 90 percent of the energy.
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