Oysters eat mostly plankton and algae that lives on the surface of the ocean.
Oysters are filter feeders (also known as suspension feeders) that feed by straining suspended matter and food particles from water. Evidence shows that their capacity to filter water can improve the quality of water, making them valuable for coastal regions in which water quality is poor. Because of their filtering abilities, they are used in some coastal regions to help control water pollutants.
A raccoon would joyfully eat a plate of oysters if someone opened the shells for them.
can you eat raw oysters that have been canned
you should eat oysters only in months with an "R"
yes humans and otters eat oysters
no they dont edit: Well that depends...you see... Whale eat eels and seals eat eels and baby fish eat oysters. A squid'll eat oysters too, wouldn't you?
Oysters are considered animals, so no.
Oysters enemies are things that eat oyster.
they eat by filter feeding
Oysters eat planton,algae and any small particle they can suck in.we eat oysters and i think otters do too.Oysters have gills. They absorb oxygen from the water.
crabs eat babies
Seagulls are scavengers and will indeed eat oysters. However, this is not their food of choice and requires more work.
I have bunches, and I just found out that oysters are actually really good for them.
they eat them
People usually eat oysters and mussels as appetizers at special restaurants and seafood eateries. They are cooked in many ways, and the best place to eat mussels or oysters, mainly oysters is definitely Boston. I hope this answers your question.
starfish eat oysters and clams
* If you're allergic to oysters, don't eat them. * Avoid raw oysters while pregnant. They may contain a bacteria that causes sickness including diarrhea, among other things. Make sure your oysters are well cooked.
Oysters must be cooked alive or eaten alive. Don't worry, though, oysters cannot feel pain.
humans, and raccoons