There are three parts to the food chain. They are :
- Primary Producer
- Primary Consumer
- Secondary Consumer
The Primary Producers are at the bottom of the food chain. That group consists of the actual kelp plant itsself, and all
the bacteria and algae in the kelp forest.
Next are the Primary Consumers. This group consists of all the jelly fish and animals that feed on the kelp and bacteria.
These animals are isopods, albalone, urchins, and snails.
Last are the Secondary Consumers. They consist of all the bigger animals such as: crabs, hermit crabs, octopus, almost
all the fish, mammals (ex.whales and otters), and rays.