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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. double click to ch Food Chain; Sharks as Top Predators Food Chain; Sharks as Top Predators Orange represents the amount of sharks that mostly consume meat. The faded yellow shows the amount of sharksthat mostly consume mollusks and clams. Lastly, the pacific faded blue tells what amount of sharks consume other things. Where They Stand Sharks stand at a high level in the world's aquatic food chain. Picture this in your mind; You see a pyramid, all linked together some how, like a cause and effect structure. One animal eats another, that eats another, and so on. Starting at the very apex of the pyramid is the shark. Sharks consume basically anything, so it's easy to infer that they would be at the top. Next, we have fish. Nothing specific, but any type of fish is delicious to a shark! Continuing, we have lobsters. The only disadvantage to eating lobsters is how crunchy their shell is, but a shark's razor-sharp teeth could chomp right through the tough shell with ease. Last but not least we have clams, mollusks, and any other small critters hovering around the ocean floor. Even though I've listed the main parts of the oceanic food chain, there are also hundreds of other contributors to how active the chain is. The water temperatures, the storm rate, and even the humans gone fishing! So always be aware that sharks are not the only killers in the ocean! What's For Dinner? Many people ask what sharks eat, and the answer to thatdefinitely varies.A shark will eat anything depending on what breed of shark it is and howmuch they'deaten over the course of the day.Some sharks,like lemon sharks, eat less than 2% of their body weight each day!Though they may not eat much,they like to spaceout their dinners for every two to three days.
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