A quaternary consumer is an animal that is at the top of the food chain. These animals mainly eat or prey on animals below them on the food chain, such as tertiary and secondary consumers. More »

In a food chain, a second-level consumer is an organism that eats a first-level or primary-level consumer. For example, in a grassland biome, a snake is a second-level consumer that eats a primary-level consumer such as ... More »

The Amazon rainforest food chain has different trophic levels that include primary producers, primary consumers and secondary, tertiary and quaternary consumers. Decomposers or detrivores also are part of this food chain... More »

The Arctic wolf is a tertiary consumer, meaning it is at the top of the food chain. It shares its top position with the hawk and the polar bear. More »

No animal eats anaconda snakes, as this predator is on top of the food chain. Anacondas are in danger of being exterminated by humans, who kill them either out of fear or for commercial purposes, for the snakes' skin. More »

The tiger is at the top of the food chain and, aside from humans, no other species will actively hunt this animal. However, a very young tiger might be killed and eaten by a leopard. More »

Jaguars are apex predators that live at the top of the food chain, so they are prey to no other animal. They are top-level carnivores that serve the purpose of keeping the population in balance and effectively preventing... More »