What is the food chain of the ocelot?

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An ocelot is a small cat found in North and South America. It is a nocturnal animal. It is high on the food chain and is known as a secondary consumer. It eats a variety of animals such as birds, rodents, deer, rabbits, fish, monkeys, turtles and frogs.
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mice,snakes,lizards,fish,and birds.
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All living things must have a source of energy (food) to exist. The type of food depends on the mechanism the plant or animal has to convert food to energy. Many organisms use light
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It eats mice,snakes,lizards,fish,and birds Anonymous
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Read: Fast Food Nation. It's a few years old now but is one of the best books on the subject.
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