The living thing that I will be pretending to remove will be the Copepods which are primary consumers, meaning they are usually herbivores, feeding on plants and fungus. Copepods are major food organisms for other animals such as the dragonet, banded killifish, whales, seabirds, alaska pollock and other crustaceans like krill in the ocean and in fresh water. It all starts with the Copepods eating the Dinoflagellates and the Diatoms which are phytoplankton. Consequently, if the Copepods were removed, it would not only affect the animals who eat them, it would also harm the Dinoflagellates and the Diatoms due to overpopulation. This would cause an overall decrease in the Bahama marine animals food chain.