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## In the food chain comprising of a snake, grass, insect, and frog, the secondary consumer is : a insect b snake c frog d grass

In the food chain comprising of a snake, grass, insect, and frog, the secondary consumer is : a insect b snake c frog d grass

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In the food chain comprising of a snake, grass, insect, and frog, the secondary consumer is :

(a) insect (b) snake (c) frog (d) grass

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The grass is eaten by the insect, which is eaten by the frog, which is eaten by the snake. Hence, the grass is the producer, the insect is the primary consumer, the frog is the secondary consumer and the snake is the tertiary consumer.

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## In the Food Chain Comprising of a Snake, Grass, Insect, and Frog, the Secondary Consumer is : (A) Insect (B) Snake (C) Frog (D) Grass

In the Food Chain Comprising of a Snake, Grass, Insect, and Frog, the Secondary Consumer is : (A) Insect (B) Snake (C) Frog (D) Grass

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frog

The grass is eaten by the insect, which is eaten by the frog, which is eaten by the snake. Hence, the grass is the producer, the insect is the primary consumer, the frog is the secondary consumer and the snake is the tertiary consumer.

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## In the food chain comprising of a snake grass insect and frog the secondary consumer is (a) insect (b) snake (c) frog (d) grass

In the food chain comprising of a snake grass insect and frog the secondary consumer is (a) insect (b) snake (c) frog (d) grass - Correct Answer: (c) frog Explanation: The grass is eaten by the insect, which in turn is eaten by the frog, which is eaten by the snake. Hence, the grass is the producer, the insect is the primary consumer, the frog is the secondary consumer and the snake is the tertiary consumer.

## In the food chain comprising of a snake, grass, insect, and frog, the secondary consumer is :**(a) **insect **(b) **snake **(c)** frog **(d)** grass

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Correct Answer: (c) frog

Explanation: The grass is eaten by the insect, which in turn is eaten by the frog, which is eaten by the snake. Hence, the grass is the producer, the insect is the primary consumer, the frog is the secondary consumer and the snake is the tertiary consumer.

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