Zebra Food Chain?

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Zebras are herbavors. They eat plants, twigs, and leaves. They do not eat smaller animals, but they do have predators that feed on them. Animals like lions and hyenas are higher in the food chain than zebras.
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grass grows. the zebra eats the grass. the predator eats the zebra. the predator dies and becomes grass. and repeats.
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Food chains are where you take a piece of food, for example onion rings, and link each one to the next creating a long food chain! Seriously though, a food chain is actually just
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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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Zebras eat the stems and leaves of grasses and other plants. The zebra’s main predator is the lion. Other natural enemies of the zebra inlcude crocodiles, leopards, hyenas and wild dogs.
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