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Primary and secondary consumers create the backbone of food chains: primary consumers, such as small bugs and insects, feed on plant matter and organic material while secondary consumers eat other animals. In addition to... More »

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Primary packaging is the layer of packaging that comes in direct contact with the product. Secondary packaging is the layer of packaging that surrounds groups of pre-packaged parts that are enclosed in the primary packag... More »

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Typically, a secondary consumer is a small animal that eats another animal and by this definition, an owl is a secondary consumer. However, an owl can technically be considered a secondary consumer or a tertiary consumer... More »

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