Fiddler crabs should never eat human food. They are not able to digest human food. However, they should be fed crab food or fish food.
They digest food from the food grooves of the gill They digest food from the food grooves of the gill
cellulose ( the thing that gives plant its structural integrity ) chitin ( the shells of crabs and lobster are made up of chitin ) Humans cant digest these things as they do not have the bacteria to
Yes they do digest food.
Yes, they can digest food.
Yes fungi do digest their food but unlike animals that eat then digest, fungi must digest their food then "eat" it.
yes reptiles do digest food
they digest food through there nose
The enzymes help digest food
Yes, snails do digest their food.
no it cant digest its own food
they digest food because of no gut
Actually, it realy does not digest your food, it just help digest our food. Its SALAIVA
yes crabs do have intestines because in order for them to have a digestive system you need intestines to help digest foods
Well crabs get their food from all the seaweed and plague in the water...
They digest food intracellularly within a food vacuaole.
dogs digest their food same as humans
basically acids digest food in our stomach
Hermit Crabs eat anything they can get there claws on. but i feed my hermit crabs neopolitan cookies and just regular food for hermit crabs
It digest fats from the food
Giraffes digest their food by swallowing stones, which then grind up the food in their stomach. Giraffes digest their food by swallowing stones, which then grind up the food in their stomach.
crabs are used for food and medical
squids digest their food the same way fish do
helps digest food helps digest food
humans use stomach acid to digest the food