Tigers Food Chain?

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A tiger's food chain starts out with the sun and rain causing plants to grow. The plants are eaten by herbivores and omnivores. Along comes the tiger which is a carnivore and produces detritivores.
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they are at the top second only to man, why? because man hunts them to turn them into trophies.
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A food chain breaks down how animals get the food that they eat. Some animals only eat meat or only eat plants. There are also some animals that eat both meat and plants. A food chain
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Nothing eats the tiger - that's why it's known as a "top predator" (also called "apex predator" "alpha predator" "superpredator" or "top-level
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Tigers eat large, hooved animals. No species of tiger has any natural predators besides humans.
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