All types of plants use sunlight to create energy/food. The chemical chlorophyll is able to harness the sun’s energy to create carbohydrates from CO2 and H2O.
Green plants use sunlight to produce oxygen and make food through a process called photosynthesis. Chloroplasts have chlorophyll in them which absorbs sunlight.After this, carbon dioxide and water is combined to produce sugar and oxygen, which gets released through the stomata (which are tiny pores on the surface of plants).
And since anything that eats plants is eating that stored energy, and anything that eats things that eat plants get their energy the sae way, you could argue most life ultimately uses the sun to make food.
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