no, some crabs eat seaweed
Herbivorous sea crabs eat algae and seaweed.
Hermit crabs will eat seaweed. The best diet for a hermit crab is one of fresh fruits, nuts, and vegetables.
seaweed, plankton, and algae!
In the middle because the eat dead crabs,crabs eat fish,and fish eat seaweed.
They eat worms, mollusks and seaweed.
Well crabs get their food from all the seaweed and plague in the water...
Marsh crabs typically eat decaying debris and seaweed. They typically eat anything that is small, edible and in its path.
Reef crabs will eat algae, dried seaweed or other marine foods. Reef crabs live on the North Island of New Zealand and Australia.
Crabs eat green seaweed Whelks eat red seaweed Small fish eat shrimps Shrimps eat plankton Animal plankton eats plant plankton Sea anemones eat plankton Shore crabs eat shrimps and small fish Crabs eat whelk Small fish eats sea anemones Seagulls eat small fish and crabs
A rare seaweed that grows of the coast of Australia
i dont know but i guess seaweed.
Marine algae. and they also eat seaweed or left overs from a hermit crabs meal.
Many things like to eat seedweed such as crabs, fish, seals, humans like eating seaweed as well
Snow crabs are scavengers and they eat Dead fish or other animals after the other predator is done with it. They also eat algae, seaweed, and other plants
Well what eats seaweed crabs are octopuses and sharks and stuff like that.
Blue crabs are scavengers. They eat edible wastes in the water. Crabs can also be predators. They eat shellfish beds and seaweed. They will also eat snails, mussels, and decayed vegetation.
Crabs are able to get their food from seaweed ad plague in the water. Crabs usually eat algae, worms, bacteria, fungi and other crustaceans.
Yes! They love eating foods from their native environment.
They eat seaweed,little dead fish,and problably thats it maybe.
No, it eats crustaceans such as crabs, lobsters & shrimp. It eats fish that gets caught in its tentacles. It is carniverous, so no seaweed.
King crabs are omnivores so will eat plant and animal life alike. This diet often includes fish, algae, plankton and seaweed.
It depends on the crab. Certain species of crab live off of algae or seaweed. Crabs such Porcelain Crabs filter planktonic food out of the water, but will also eat bits of meatier food.
Fish, crabs, lobsters, seals, and other marine and/or aquantic land mammals.