an animal eats the plankton, another animal eats that animal, another animal eats that animal, and so on
Fox and hawk. No snakes in the tundra.
a quarternary consumer is an animal at the top of the trophic pyramid such as a polar bear from the tundra biome it hunts and eats animals from the trophic levels below
Yes, zooplankton (animal plankton) eats phytoplankton (plant plankton).
Old age or a polar bear
I think a whale eats plankton, doesn't it? Is that the question?
Grey Whales and whale sharks
I think a whale does
Pika are small animals that eat grass in the tundra.
Snowshoe Rabbits :D
caribou and musk oxen
Arctic Mites & Flies
Krill, Krill eats plankton .
Cod are predators and eat smaller fish and other animal life in the ocean. They do not eat plankton. Generally, they eat what eats plankton.
Musk ox- in the tundra anyway.
a arctic fox
An organism that eats plant plankton is a cod
A Minke Whale eats plankton and fish. It also eats krill.Anchovies do eat plankton as well as fish larvae.
Crustaceans are known to eat seaweed. Therefore, there is more than one animal that eats it which includes crayfish, crabs, lobsters and plankton.
The most common animal to eat lichens in the tundra is the caribou (reindeer) and its favorite lichen is reindeer moss
A barnicle eats zoo plankton! A barnicle eats zoo plankton!