Filter feeder get their food by straining (filtering) it from water, most often sea water. Examples of filter feeders are: sponges, clams, oysters, barnacles, basking sharks, whale sharks...
the biggest filter feeder is the blue whale.
Jawless fish are filter-feeders.
A louse is not a filter feeder, it is a blood sucking insect.
Yes. the blue whale is a filter feeder.
A clam is a filter feeder.
Yes, the whale shark is a filter feeder. It is one out of three sharks that are filter feeders.
I think it may be the blue whale, and yes it is a filter feeder.
The blue whale is a filter feeder.
A tuna fish is not a filter feeder. Filter feeders are those animals that clean the bottom of the ocean of small creatures.
A polar bear is a predator and scavenger and not really that much of a filter feeder.
A clam is a type of feeder known as a filter feeder. Filter feeders strain particles like food from the water using an internal filtering system.
No they aren't
A filter feeder is an animal that that cleans out the bottom of the ocean or fishboll. A kind of fish is a filter feeder. NO - you're thinking of a scavenger - A filter feeder eats plankton and other small particles in the sea. They pull water through their body, straining it for food - push the water back out and eat any solids found.
It is a filter feeder
Clams are Filter Feeders
The Whale Shark has been Recorded at up to 59 feet and yes, it is a filter feeder. It strains plankton from the water in a filtering process.
Yes! A sponge is a filter feeder that feeds on small particles in the water.
The Blue Whale.