No, sand dollars mainly eat small worms and algae.
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they blend in to the sand and when one of its preys come bye it sneaks out of its hiding spot and atacks
Because of its hard armored shell, the shark is the horseshoe crabs' only predator.
Yes,But There Not Good To Eat.
Horseshoe crabs (family Limulidae) eat worms, mollusks, crustaceans, and small fish, and other bottom feeding organisms, and may scavenge on carcasses of fish and other animals.(Horseshoe crabs have similar characteristics, but are not true crustaceans.)
No people can't eat sand crabs, they eat too many dirty things.
They eat worms, mollusks and seaweed.
most likely squid
No,because I searched a horseshoe crab and it said they burrow for worms and mollusks.
Beach crabs are usually referred to as sand crabs. They eat things like clams, sand fleas, baby turtles, and smaller crabs.
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Horseshoe crabs eat worms, small clams, and other crustaceans. They will also eat algae and various other animals as well.
No, Horseshoe crabs are NOT herbavores. Horseshoe crabseat worms, mollusks, crustaceans, and small fish, and other bottom feeding organisms, and may scavenge on carcasses of fish and other animals.
Sand crabs get fluids from the food they eat. They also can get water from the ocean when need be.
No, because if they ate it they would choke and die
You can eat mole crabs if you wish, though in the United States these small crabs, also known as sand crabs, are more often used as bait. One way to eat them is to rinse the sand from them and boil them up into a broth.
under your bed waiting for you to fall asleep so they can eat you
Sand crabs are a very small type of crab. They mostly eat plankton and other organisms they filter out of the water.
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