What Is the Longest Food Chain?


The longest food chain in the animal world is one which features the phytoplankton - zooplankton - crustacean - fish - squid - seal - and then the killer whale. A food chain is a diagram that shows what animals eat and what their prey eat.
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Food chains generally have no more than five levels, with producers always on the bottom, and apex carnivore or omnivore predators at the top. They are constrained by the size of the ecosystem and biomass transfer efficiency.
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