What are organisms that cannot make their own food called?

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Organisms that cannot make their own food are called consumers.
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Organisms that consume producers are known as primary
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An Autotroph uses inorganic substances to make its own food. Plants are another type of organism that makes it's own food by using its leaves and the sun.
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the ans is consumers. consumers are ecology organism that feeds on others; in an ecological community or food chain, an organism that feeds on other organisms, or on material derived
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