SCI 275 DQ 1 - Week 3 Day 2 - animals on the bottom of the...

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The amount of energy loss from the second through the fourth trophic level was substantially more than the energy  gained. In my opinion I do not think that humans could survive on food products that are closer to the bottom of the  food chain. A small percentage of the human race probably could survive on some of the food that is consumed by 
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Unformatted text preview: animals on the bottom of the food chain, but a larger percent of the human race could not do this. Many people do a lot of work during the course of the day some are runners and others play a variety of sports and this requires an enormous amount of calories to sustain a persons energy level to complete a task....
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