What Is a Top Carnivore?

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A top carnivore is an organism at the very top of a long food chain also called an apex predator. It has a vital role of maintaining the health of its ecosystem as it eats the flesh of lower ranked organisms. Examples of top carnivores include crocodiles, lions, tigers and cheetahs.
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Order Carnivora
The Order Carnivora is the result of a great radiation of mammals that ate meat. But not all meat eaters are in this order; carnivorous species can certainly be found among, for example, the marsupials, bats, primates, cetaceans... More >>
A top carnivore is an organism that is at the very top of a long food chain, also called an apex predator. It has the crucial role of maintaining the health of Its ecosystem as it eats the flesh of lower ranked organisms. Examples include, crocodiles, lions, tigers and cheetahs.
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