A trophic level is the position that an organism is in a food chain or web. For example: Plants are comprised of one trophic level because they are consumed by other organisms. Organisms that eat these plants comprise of another trophic level because they eat the plants. Organisms that eat these herbivores make up another trophic level. Trophic levels describe the different groups of species that derive or produce their energy/food from.
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