Fish and plankton from the sea.
Yes, sea birds commonly eat plankton. They also commonly munch on worms, other sea creatures, and tiny aquatic fish.
no they only eat plankton no they only eat plankton no they only eat plankton
I think plankton eat other planktons plankton eat other planktons plankton eat other planktons plankton eat other planktons
"Mutton birds" refers to several species of large shearwaters (a type of pelagic bird). Shearwaters typically eat squid, crustaceans, plankton, or fish.
no plankton do not eat plants
the answer is yes, they do eat plankton
Cod eat Plankton
yes, they do eat plankton
Dolphins do eat plankton.
Of course they eat plankton if they are in a river that is. Every river has plankton and fish the fish will always eat plankton unless they are carnivourous.
Plankton do not eat fish. This is because plankton are normally producers meaning they produce their own food. Normally fish eat plankton.
Yes, whales eat plankton.
Coral eat plankton. Fish eat plankton. Anenomes eat plankton. So do sea squirts, sponges, featherstars...everything.
no oysters eat shrimp and algae. however, they do not eat plankton
There are some types of plankton that can eat plants.
Yes, most do eat 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.
lots of fish in the sea eat plankton, and sea weed which is a plant if u look up in trees in the forest you'll see animals that are plant eaters except some birds
Plankton eat a variety of different things. They eat everything from algae to seaweed to bacteria. Then, animals like whales eat the plankton.
I'm not sure, but fish eat plankton.
I think that krill eat plankton. Sacha Waters
yes, manta rays do eat plankton.