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hi!! what's meant by "the same trophic level?"
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Trophic levels are the levels in a food chain or pyramid of biomass/ number. So if the food chain was grass, rabbit, fox, the second trophic level, say, would be the rabbits. The same trophic level would be another rabbit in this example.

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A trophic level is a stage in a food chain. So the same trophic level is just the same stage in a food chain. This isn't really a point you would get asked on, the important thing is that you realise the less trophic levels there are, the more energy that remains at the end of the food chain .
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