What Organisms Make Their Own Food?

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Autotrophs are the type of organisms that make their own food. These are more commonly known as plants and chemosynthetic bacteria. Plant organisms use sunlight and these type of bacteria use undersea hydrothermal vents to make their own supply of food. You can find more information here: http://www.enchantedlearning.com/subjects/foodchain/
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Autotrophs. They can be photoautotrophs, such as plants, or chemoautotrophs, such as the organisms living near hydrothermal vents.
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Primary consumers, those who live mostly on sunlight, make their own food. These include plants and protists. They convert sunlight through photosynthesis into nutrients that can be used for growth.
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