No, clams are animals.
Yes, clams do eat. They are filter feeders filtering water for microscopic animals and plants.
Fish do like to eat clams which are a popular food among the animal world. Other animals that like to eat clams are shorebirds, starfish and people.
I know that walrus eat clams by sucking them out of their hard shells. I am pretty sure that there are other animals who eat clams too.
clams and other small animals
Besides humans, many other animals will eat clams. Most often, birds such as sea gulls and also many fish will eat clams.
Whelks eat clams and other small animals.
Creek clams eat small plants, algae and tiny animals. They filter the food from the water. Clams are a good addition in a fish tank as they can filter the tank's water.
Many sea animals like to eat clams. These include eels, sea stars, whelks, and sea mammals. They are one of the most important foods among sea life.
Clams are prey for many animals including crabs, humans, and snails. Starfish will also eat clams by opening them and dissolving them in their shell inside their bodies.
Octopuses live on the bottom of the ocean. They eat by pulling small animals into their mouth with their tentacles. They eat clams, fish, and clams. They paralyze it by injecting it with ink and then tear it into pieces.
They eat clams, oysters, coral, fish, and other animals that live in the ocean
do clams eat alage
I know that otters eat clams; but I don't know what other creatures eat clams as well.
No. They don't eat clams and rocks!
Clams are in the Mollusc kingdom.
Many whales eat them. Gray whales eat clams and blue whales eat krill.
Starfish are predators. They hunt and eat animals like clams and coral.
A walrus will eat live clams, shrimp, tube worms, sea cucumbers, and many other bottom dwelling living animals.
Yes, some types of crabs eat clams.
Raccoons will eat anything they can get their paws on, including clams.
you should eat freshwater clams/oysters
yes, sea stars can eat clams. They use their tube feet to open the shells and then eat the clams tissue.