Microbes are extremely adaptable to harsh environment conditions and it is believed that extremophiles could be found in every unimaginable place on Earth.
Herbivores, carnivores, and omnivores are all consumer s—they consume nutrients rather than making their own. Plants, algae, and bacteria have the ability to use sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide CO2 and convert them into organic compounds necessary for life in a process called photosynthesis.
In contrast, mechanical manipulation of molecules to control their reaction is called "mechanosynthesis". The bacteria could react hydrogen and carbon dioxide to produce methane.
Autotrophs that perform chemosynthesis do not use energy from the sun to produce food. In contrast, the energy source for photosynthesis the set of reactions through which carbon dioxide and water are converted into glucose and oxygen uses energy from sunlight to power the process.
Mule deer are herbivores primary consumerswhich feed on the autotrophic grasses.