Does anything eat abalone?
Marine mammals such as sea otters are some of the animals that eat abalone. I've never had it personally, but I know we humans are also abalone eaters.
Abalone eat algae.
Phytoplankton and kelp are the producers of the reef. Zooplankton eat the Phytoplankton and abalone eat the kelp. Seastars eat the zooplankton and abalone. Tiger sharks eat abalone and seastar.
I love to keep the shells of abalone after I eat them with my favorite sauce.
no they do not
Yes They Can
yes its a seafood
abalone and fish
shellfish, abalone, fish, and berries
Their are nine spiecies of abalone. Their's black abalone, flat abalone, green abalone, pink abalone, pinto abalone, red abalone, threaded abalone, western abelone, and white abalone.
no you can get a variety of diseases from it
The environment helps because their are other animals for them to eat
they eat with their mouth but if you ask WHAT they eat then they eat urchins, abalone, mussels, clams, crabs, snails and about 40 other marine species.
They eat sea urchins, clams, snails, abalone, sea cucumbers and other sea stars.
She eats fish,fruit, and I think abalone.
No. They eat mussels, sea urchins, snails, abalone, etc
Yes. Sashimi is made from whelks, turbo and abalone.
Many things eat abalone, such as seals, who pry them open to eat the fleshy insides. Some species of birds also eat them.
They eat acorns,salmon,abalone,musels,berries,sealions,bulb plants,deer and rabbits.
Abalone is Abalone in English too.
They mostly eat sea urchins and abalone along with some mollusks. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sea_otters
Sea Otters eat abalone which eat the kelp. Kelp provides a safe fish nursery for fry.
Yes. Abalone is typically viewed as one of the most prized meals.
Abalone live for a maximum of 15 years. for more information about abalone.... http://oceanlink.island.net/Conservation/abalone/BHCAP/development.html
An abalone steak is a steak made out of the California Red Abalone. The California Red Abalone is a species of very large edible sea snail.
You find abalone in the ocean.
There is no standard collective noun for 'abalone'. However, collective nouns are an informal part of language, any noun that suits the context can function as a collective noun; for example, an abundance of abalone, an absence of abalone, a plate of abalone, etc.
An abalone is aboutg 25 in long.
Abalone have tentacles and they move slowly with them.
No. The abalone is a sea snail (a mollusk).
sea otters eat clams abalone crab shellfish snails and fish i know this because i did a report on a seaotter just a couple days ago
look! I see an abalone
snails, crabs, halfmoon fish, opaleye fish, sea urchins, abalone, the list goes on.
they gathered acorn and vegetables,hunted deer and rabbit ,and fish for lobster and abalone
they eat by biting their prey which liquifies their prey's organs and innards. They then stick their stomach out of their bodies to injest the prey directly. They then drink their prey and only their skin is left
Abalone is a very valuable (high priced) shell fish, and was once on the brink of extinction due to over fishing. It is now illegal to collect abalone professionally without a licence. Abalone Fishermen now have very tough bag limits to avoid the Abalone being totally fished out.
abalone is found on some coast of some place.
pāua is the maori word for abalone.
Abalone is a noun. It names a type of shellfish.
Abalone eat marine algae in the wild and on some farms. The adults feed on loose pieces drifting with the surge or current
herbivores. they most often eat red and brown algae, like the kelp that is usually an important part of their habitat.
They ate acorns, mussels, abalone, and clams. They also ate Spanish soups.
Abalone are univalves and use a tongue-like organ called a radula to scrape algae like Kelp or Dulse into their mouths. Because they are not filter feeders and do not ingest free-floating algae, they are not affected by toxins associated with "Red Tides" like filter feeding bivalves (although they can be affected by the related elevated water temperatures). Due to restrictions on hunting/diving for abalone, they are sometimes farmed (IE: in Cayucos, California) and these… Read More
An abalone reproduces by letting go sperm into the water and egs
Abalone Jewelry can be bought from any respectable and known jeweler who carries these types of abalone products. They are made from the finest materials and line ups.
yes. traditionally, all coastal first peoples of BC ate shellfish. razor clams, mussels, abalone etc.
Yes, several companies manufacture imitation abalone. Usually from squid.
The red abalone can be 8 to 12 inches (31 cm) in size.