seaweed is a PROTIST related to the algae. seaweed does not have true tissue.
Most ocean animals eat seaweed
Seaweed is a protist. It does not have true tissue, and is related to algae.
manatees eat almost nothing but seaweed
any sea creatrue
Crustaceans are known to eat seaweed. Therefore, there is more than one animal that eats it which includes crayfish, crabs, lobsters and plankton.
Toothpaste isn't made of an animal. It has kelp (seaweed) in it though.
The sargassum frogfish is one type of fish that lives in seaweed. This animal is able to use the seaweed to camouflage itself from its predators. With its adapted fins it has the ability to climb through the seaweed.
Seaweed grows from sun light because it is a plant, and doesn't "eat" anything like an animal would.
Yes, crayfish do eat seaweed. Crayfish are omnivores, meaning they will eat both animal and plant matter in their environment.
Certainly. Every living species can evolve. At some point seaweed evolved out of something, and other plants no doubt evolved out of seaweed-like ancestors. However, no individual plant or animal can evolve in the sense of changing into a different plant or animal in the course of a single lifetime.
many do. the sea otter ties itself up with seaweed to prevent itself from drifting away on the tide while sleeping. the seaweed dragon hides amongst the seaweed, looking so much like the seaweed that predators cannot see it. there are many more creatures that use seaweed, but im not sur eof them right now.
i only know one animal that can eat seaweed : turtles. but i think there is plenty more . Google it
Prawns do eat seaweed. The prawn is considered to be a scavenger feeder. This means the animal will eat just about anything available including plankton and worms.
Well, yes, assuming the seaweed is wrapped around or is inside a fish, a porpoise, a human or some other large animal...and then, only by accident.
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no because parasites are animal like and can move but seaweed is a plant so it doesn't move and animals find their own food as in plants make their own foodHOPED i helped
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Seaweed is a general term. Kelp is a seaweed.
No, kale is not seaweed. Perhaps you mean "kelp" which is a seaweed.