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...the Food Chain? This is a standard Grade 9 question that I would like an answer to. The answer that I have come up with is that the highest mercury level would be found in the carnivore; because the carnivore eats the herbivores, which eat the plants.
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The top carnivore consumer at the top of the food chain.
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