What do sea birds eat?
Seabirds are omnivores.
Some seabirds are omnivorous, many others are more specialized, feeding particularly on fish, the species and size of which will depend on the size and species of the bird. So, big birds will eat bigger fish.
Other birds feed on marine invertebrates, such as shrimps.
A tiger shark will eat anything and everything that it comes across. It eats fish, squid, birds, seals, sharks and sea turtles. The tiger shark is known as the garbage can of the ocean. well they eat fish,seals,sea turtles,sea snakes,sea birds,octopuses,dolphins,many other sharks.they eat nearly EVERYTHING in the ocean!
The people of Greenland eat meat from marine mammals, game, and birds. These are the main ingredients in their cooking. They eat lots of fish and other sea creatures, such as Harp seal. They also eat whale, reindeer and sea birds. They often have these with rice, potatoes and local berries, such as crowberries.
Gulls (of which there are many different species) are just some of the birds which live in general near the sea. Although they eat fish, they will also eat lots of other food items. In the UK they are often drawn to rubbish dumps inland for their food. They are not really sea birds as they have to have fresh water to drink - unlike birds such as the Fulmar wihich are adapted to salt…