African Elephant Food Chain?

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A food web involving the African Elephant is rather simple. It is a herbivore and has no natural predators.The African Elephant tends a wide variety of plants, such as grasses, leaves, twigs, bark and seed pods.
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It doesn't have any, but a baby elephant (calf) have lions and crocodiles.
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Elephants eat grass and leaves. They also enjoy the juicy taste of tree sap and will
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Good question. The grass or tree would be the producer. The elephant would be the primary consumer. Nothing would eat the elephant, so this is only a two level food chain. Don't forget
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African elephants wander day or night in non-territorial herds that can reach
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African Elephants eat vegetation like leaves, roots, bark, grasses and fruit. Adult elephants have no natural predators.
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