By eating small fish (minnows), and various plant life.
Collective nouns for minnows are a shoal of minnows, a steam of minnows, a stream of minnows, and a swarm of minnows
Taking care of wild minnows is much like taking care of tropical fish. They need clean water at the proper temperature and ph. Wild minnows may also need to have a current in their tank, and they will do best eating live or frozen foods.
no because minnows can live with other minnows
frogs can eat minnows
yah itc reallly dangerous
minnows are herbivores they eat algae
Flounders eat minnows.
Neither. Minnows are fish.
If I'm right, the phrasing in the question is slightly misleading, so I can only assume that your intent is to ask why not all the energy in minnows gets passed onto the pike that eat them. If this is the case (edit this and remove if wrong), the answer you is looking for is:Not all of the energy is passed on from the minnows to the pike that eat them as the minnows have to use most of their energy, around 90-95%, just living and finding food. This is the same further the down in the food chain. So this way, the trout eating the minnows do not get all the energy.
Minnows are small fish, and they live in ponds. So ponds are the habitats of minnows.
European Minnows are freshwater fish.
no, sharks do not eat minnows. dolphins do, though.
No. Minnows are bony fish, and sharks are Elasmobranchs.
From what I've learned, minnows do NOT turn into frogs.
Only if they are white cloud minnows.
no their is not no their is not
You can do as you please but if the goldfish are large enough and the minnows small enough, the minnows just may be eaten.
It can be dangerous if given the chance to bite. It causes itchiness
A fast food diet, or not eating at all (anorexia).
koa fish can live with minnows