Humans, grouper, and large fish eat lionfish.
japense people eat lionfish and a fish called the grouper.
A lionfish can eat any dead fish that is good for its size. If you drop a dead gar in a lionfish's tank, it will eat it.
Yes. A lionfish has poisonous spines and a poisonous body to protect itself. If a piranha and a lionfish met, the piranha will attack the lionfish, but the lionfish would sting it, and kill the piranha and eat it.
dont eat it
all of them!
they eat any fish they can catch.
The gar may attack the lionfish, and the gar will get infected by poison and die. The lionfish may eat the dead gar as a snack.
Lionfish is a marine fish while zebrafish is a freshwater fish so these two species normally do not come in contact due to their different habitats. Therefore lionfish do not eat zebrafish. Nevertheless, lionfish feeds on small fish which are of zebrafish size, so if zebrafish would be introduced into marine aquarium with lionfish, the lionfish would probably eat the zebrafish. If not, the zebrafish would die in saltwater. In opposite situation, lionfish probably would not have any appetite if introduced into a freshwater aquarium and soon will die.
small fish, crab, and shrimp.
No they dont
Lion fish are carnivores. So they DO NOT eat meat.
Yes, they are predatory hunters.
lionfish,ells,octupus, enything really
Natural predators in the Indo-Pacific and Red Sea that are known to eat lionfish include sharks, cornetfish, grouper, large eels, frogfish and other scorpionfish. There is speculation that large snapperand some species of trigger fish eat lionfish in their native ranges as well
they have a color that warns others not to eat their taster fishness
small fish such has mino's and other fish
No. The lionfish has poisonous body and a lionfish is bigger.
Both of them are dangerous. The lionfish is full of poison spines and skin, and eats meat. Tigerfish eat meat and have sharp big teeth, but are not poisonous.
No. A lionfish is very poisonous, and a lionfish can poison it with its venom.
Pterolis volitans is the Latin name of Lionfish. Lionfish is the common name.
An example of an lionfish are dwarf lionfish. Lionfish have poisonous fins that extend out from their bodies that are extremely potent and can be fatal to a person if not treated immediately.
Lionfish are eaten by grouper and people.