yes sharks do eat sea birds if they are flouting in the water if it is eatable and the shark can chach it, it will eat anything
Normally birds eat what they can get.They eat any fish if it is possbile.
Yes, sea birds commonly eat plankton. They also commonly munch on worms, other sea creatures, and tiny aquatic fish.
Usually when they are around the sea area. The majority of the fresh water that sea birds need comes from their prey.
Sperm whales are SEA CREATURES. You don't expect them to eat birds, do they?
starfish , snails, eels, birds, fish, sea otters eat sea urchins
Yes they do.
Birds and sea otters, will eat sea stars.
Most seals do eat birds from time to time. Some eat penguins and other sea birds while others simply stick to penguins.
Fish and plankton from the sea.
Bird such as ptarmigan and sea birds
during the night when they surface ,if the birds are still awake? O.o
Not all birds. Only sea birds such as seagulls. Seagulls would eat the bigger ones, and smaller shorebirds eat sandcrabs and other crustacians under the sand.
Yes they do eat sea turtles as well as fish, sea-birds, penguins, seals, squid, otters, and walruses.
Yes, since they are sea birds (puffins) they normally eat fish, shrimp is a type of fish in the sea.
hi there the sea eagle will eat there young but if it is a pigeon [small bird wont] but bird that eat other birds will
They die by when there heading to the sea birds get hungry so they eat them a lunch
They eat theseaweed and the poop from the sea the poop is from birds such as ducks or swans or any thing that lives in the sea. That is what water beetles eat.
No, rattlesnakes do not eat sea life. They prefer to feed on small mammals, such as rats and mice, as well as birds.
Yes , they are predatory. Raptors.
Birds, rats and other things
Sea birds, such as albatross and petrels, do eat krill. Krill are a type of small crustacean. Krill are found in ocean around the world. Another animal that eat krill is the blue whale.
Some birds can hunt at sea. Others eat before they attempt such a crossing. Eat when they get to the other side.