Food web is a term used on the interrelationship among the biological organisms in a community according to the transfer of useful energy from food resources to organisms eating those resources. A food chain describes a downright linear transfer from one organism to another. Nevertheless, most animals eat several types of food and the food web model illustrates the complexity of feeding patterns within the natural environment. Such as, a single resource such as grass may serve as food for smaller insects, mice, rabbits, and even big as deer, and the mice may, in turn, be eaten by foxes, owls or snakes.
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