heterotrophs obtain food by eating other organisms. Some heterotrophs absorb food from other organisms hetetrophs eat other organisms. some times they might even absorb the food by other organisms.
Heterophs can not make there own food like lions and zebras.
Heterotrophs get their food by eating something else. For example, lions are heterotrophs because they eat other animals such as deer. The deer is a heterotroph because it eats grass. Grass is an autotroph because it makes its own food through
A heterotroph is an organism that is unable to obtain its carbon from carbon dioxide. Instead, heterotrophs obtain carbon by feeding on the organic material present in other organisms, living or dead.