They eat enough, and AFTER eating, they don't have to again for up to seven months.
I'm not sure if anyone really knows the answer to this question. I have checked a couple of websites, but none of them really say an answer!! I will try to find out and update this.
Yes they do...
Amoebae are heterotrophic.
If you mean are Archaebacteria Heterotrophic, Autotrophic, or Saprophytic, they can be either heterotrophic or autotrophic
It's one of these four: heterotrophic algae and autotrophic fungi heterotrophic bacteria and heterotrophic fungi autotrophic algae and autotrophic fungi autotrophic bacteria and heterotrophic fungi But I'm mot sure which.
Prokaryotic organisms can be both heterotrophic or autotrophic.
Yes, a Hagfish is a mammal. ;)
Yes the hagfish is jawless.
hagfish is the only chordate that lacks a backbone
They can tie themselves in knots.
Hagfish - band - was created in 1993.
Hagfish - band - ended in 2001.
No. Hagfish are cold-blooded, as are all similar eels. The hagfish is unique in that it has no vertebrae (spinal column) but does have a bony skull.
No, the hagfish still lives in southern parts of Asia
Hagfish and lampreys.
Yes , since a hagfish is a Agnathan and all Agnathans are ectothermic .
some are autotrophic, some are heterotrophic some are autotrophic, some are heterotrophic some are autotrophic, some are heterotrophic some are autotrophic, some are heterotrophic