Organism That Cannot Make Its Own Food?

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Any organism that cannot make its own food is called at heterotroph. They also eat other consuming organisms. Humans, Elephants, Tigers, and Bears are some examples. In contrast, bumble bees are not. They can produce their own food!
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Autotrophs make there own food. Heterotrophs cannot make their own food.
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An organism that can make its own food is called an autotroph. The word autotroph means self-feeding and it comes from the Greek words 'autos' and 'trophe'. Autotrophs ...
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