What type of consumer is a mice?
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Beside this, is a mice a consumer?
The mouse is definitely a consumer. It eats whatever it can get its hands on, regardless fresh or rotten. It constantly chews on cables to keep its teeth in good shape. The mouse is in no way beneficial to human kind, as it carries diseases and doesn't feed on other pests of any sort.
Additionally, is a mice a decomposer? The mice are eaten by snakes, and then finally the snakes are eaten by hawks. After a hawk dies, fungi (like mushrooms) and other decomposers break down the dead hawk, and turn the remains of the hawk into nutrients, which are released into the soil. The nutrients (plus sun and water) then cause the grass to grow.
Likewise, is mice a primary or secondary consumer?
Sample answers: Primary consumers: cows, rabbits, tadpoles, ants, zooplankton, mice. Secondary consumers: frogs, small fish, krill, spiders. Tertiary consumers: snakes, raccoons, foxes, fish. Quaternary consumers: wolves, sharks, coyotes, hawks, bobcats.
Is a Mouse a tertiary consumer?
A mouse might be a primary consumer and a cat might be the secondary there is a third level of consumer called the tertiary consumer these are consumers that eat the secondary and primary consumers. A tertiary consumer could be a wolf that eats the cat and the mouse.