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Chickens have the same survival needs. The same occurs at smaller scales among copepod nauplii and adults. Food chains are often demonstrated in conjunction with food webs, which illustrate the interconnectedness of many species that consume more than one food source, such as fish eating plants, insects, and smaller fish, or hawks eating mice, rabbits, and snakes.

In many cases, adults of a small fish species eat the juveniles of a larger species, then the adults of the larger species eat the small species.

I've never actually gone through with it, partly because i just don't have the time, partly because the homeowners association would veto it in a heartbeat, and mostly because i have a very reliable, reasonably priced source of pastured. Food chain refers to the natural phenomenon observed in an ecological community, wherein one organism is eaten by another member that belongs thus, they are exclusive plant eaters. Plant → grasshopper → spider → frog → lizard → fox → hawk. A food chain starts with producers and ends with top carnivores.