they are supermodels
carnivores they eat stuff like krill and zooplankton
Corals are carnivores and eat zooplankton
They are Herbivores. Zooplankton, however, are carnivours and detrivores.
No. They are herbivores. They are zooplankton, nonproducers, and eat the phytoplankton which are the plant-like producers.
No; all jellyfish are carnivores.Jellyfish are not herbivores. They are carnivores that feed on zooplankton, fish eggs, and crustaceans. Jellyfish are invertebrate marine animals that belong to the phylum Cnidaria.
no zooplankton dont eat seaweed, and krill eats zooplankton, some whales eat zooplankton, there are also others i cant think of
What color is zooplankton.
You catch zooplankton by algae.
okay... zooplankton is a herbivore
zooplankton prey on phytoplankton.
Zooplankton as larve.
zooplankton is a consumer.(:
Zooplankton is a producer
Shrimp are not zooplankton. Zooplankton are the tiny animals found near the surface in aquatic environments.
No. Phytoplankton are plants, zooplankton are animals.
Many creatures dine on zooplankton. Baleen whales and blue whales are the largest creatures to eat zooplankton. Tiny fish and snails also eat zooplankton.
Zooplankton eat phytoplankton.
Yes they fed on zooplankton
Zooplankton eat other plankton.
There are two types of zooplankton. Permanent and holoplankton
Zooplankton is an animal. Its included in the food chain.
Most zooplankton are microscopic, but jellyfish are a type of large zooplankton. If you go to Key Largo, Florida, you will have no trouble finding jellyfish.