No, Octopuses eat small crabs and scallops, plus some snails, fish, turtles, crustaceans (like shrimp), and other octopuses. They catch prey with their arms, then kill it by biting it with their tough beak, paralyzing the prey with a nerve poison, and softening the flesh. They then suck out the flesh. Octopuses hunt mostly at night. Only the Australian Blue-ringed octopus has a poison strong enough to kill a person. I once saw a programme where sharks were going missing in an aquarium, it turned out to be an octopus catching and eating them, but no, the do not eat plankton.
depending on the eel, they can eat plankton and small fish. some also eat bloodworms or octopus.
they both have 8 legs and eat zoo plankton
Some eat smaller fish, invertibrates, Plankton, Algae... etc.
A devilfish octopus eats crabs and other things.
they eat crustaceans and zooplankton octopuses eat more than just that. They eat fish and crab plankton and more then I can name. They don't JUST eat crustaceans and zooplankton. People I am a expert on octopus and I still go the school.
no they only eat plankton no they only eat plankton no they only eat plankton
I think plankton eat other planktons plankton eat other planktons plankton eat other planktons plankton eat other planktons
no plankton do not eat plants
the answer is yes, they do eat plankton
Cod eat Plankton
yes, they do eat plankton
Dolphins do eat plankton.
Of course they eat plankton if they are in a river that is. Every river has plankton and fish the fish will always eat plankton unless they are carnivourous.
Plankton do not eat fish. This is because plankton are normally producers meaning they produce their own food. Normally fish eat plankton.
Yes, whales eat plankton.
The difference between dolphins and octopus is that dolphins have skeletons and octopuses don't! There are many differences between a dolphin and an octopus such as an octopus has tenicles and dolphins dont. Plus they eat very different diets. Octopuses may eat plankton while the dolphin eats small fish
Coral eat plankton. Fish eat plankton. Anenomes eat plankton. So do sea squirts, sponges, featherstars...everything.
Whales eat octopus [sperm whales have giant octopus as a favorite food]. Octopus eat each other octopus. Humans eat octopus. Anything that can catch an octopus (that isn't easy) will eat it. Killer whales [or Orcas, a kind of toothed whale] eat octopuses.
no oysters eat shrimp and algae. however, they do not eat plankton
There are some types of plankton that can eat plants.
Yes, most do eat plankton.
Cod are predators and eat smaller fish and other animal life in the ocean. They do not eat plankton. Generally, they eat what eats plankton.
Well, that is kinda hard to explain. Because, a prey can be a predator, and a predator can be a prey. That is because of food chains. For an example, a small fish might eat a plankton, and a squid might eat the fish, and a octopus might eat the squid, and a shark would eat the octopus, and a fishermen might kill and eat the shark. The small fish was a predator that ate the plankton, but then the fish became a prey, because the squid ate it. It is impossible for a animal to be JUST a prey/predator unless they don't eat animals.