Define Quaternary Consumer?

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In an ecological niche, quaternary consumers are defined as animals at the apex of the food chain. They eat every species that is below them and do not have to worry of being eaten. Humans are considered quaternary consumers.
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A quaternary consumer is an organism that eats tertiary consumers. Example: Carnivores eat Carnivores Humans eat Cats [Gross, but true :) ]
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A quaternary consumer is an organism of the 5th trophic level that relies on tertiary
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They eat tertiary consumers which eat secondary consumers which eat primary consumers which are herbivores.
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The only real way is to deploy the product and see if you begin to see rapid uptake amongst users. Conceptually-speaking, I personally have two acid tests for evaluating a consumer
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