Results for: Sardine

What do sardines eat?

Having very small teeth or no teeth at all, sardines eat plankton , which they filter from the water through their gills.

What is the Sardine Run?

The sardine run is a unique and unexplained natural phenomenon of mass migration. The shoals of Sardinops sagax, visible on satellite photographs of earth, can stretch for up (MORE)

What is a sardine?

1. the pilchard, Sardina pilchardus, often preserved in oil and used for food. 2. any of various similar, closely related fishes of the herring family Clupeidae.
In Seafood

How are sardines canned?

they are canned by a factory person putting them in a tin and then putting them through a machine so that the lid can be put on.

How do you catch sardines?

You use this jig from a local tackle shop by the bay there will be multiple hooks on it and you attach a lot of weight on the bottom of it than you move your pole up and Until (MORE)
In Judaism

Are sardines kosher?

Yes. The sardine is a permitted species of fish. Just like all other kosher products, it may be purchased when the package displays an icon indicating that it has been prepa (MORE)

How does the sardine reproduces?

The reproduce by external fertilization. The female lays a clutch of eggs, which the male quickly covers with a cloud of sperm. The young hatch to join the rest of the plankto (MORE)