Wetlands Food Chain describes how living organs eat one other. Wetlands Food Chain is describing as a line; with bullets linking together the things which are eat each other. The bullets always show towards the living organs which are eating the each other. Most wetlands Food Chain begin with plant life. Plants are eaten by herbivores, and then they are eaten by carnivores. Let say:-
Grass and carrots Rabbit carnivores (like Fox)
This is very simple wetlands food chain with single carnivore. But, food chains will generally have carnivores eats further carnivores, thus there can be five or six different animals in the Wetland food chain.
All living organs require food to be healthy and active, and to reproduce and grow. About all living organs find their food by themselves. Animals should eat living things to acquire the food. All Animals are known as herbivores, omnivores or carnivores depend on their type of eating. There are different food chains among animals and plants.
Example for wetlands food chain:
The first link is the water lily. Then it is eaten by the snail. The fish then eaten by the snail. The frog then eaten by the crayfish. The last link, snake is eats the frog. In this link, each living organs gets the food, the food is passes to one another.
A small number of animals eat only one type of food.
Here are few examples of wetlands food chain:
Wetland consists of bogs and marshes as well as forested swamps and fens. The health of every habitat plays an important role in both economic and ecological sense. Every living organs need food for fulfill their requirement.