Sea slugs are mostly the only thing that sea sponges eat, known to scientists. Some believe that sponges eat more than just sea slugs. The sea sponge doesn’t have many preditors, sea-wise.
Sea Urchins eat mostly algae, but they also eat mussels, sponges, brittle stars, and crinoids.They are Omnivores
sea sponges are found in mostly in salt water, but a few live in fresh water.
They are filter feeders, but they mostly eat plankton.
algae and bacteria
They eat sea sponges and are carnivorous.
The one thing that I’m focused on, are sponges. SPONGES. Many people believe that the type of sponges we’re talking about, are the sponges we clean with... well, you’re wrong. The sponges that scientists keep trying to explain to people that live in the ocean, sea sponges. Now I’m worried for sea sponges, because starfish keep eating them. And frankly I feel very bad for their habitats. Because the ocean needs the sponges help. The ocean relies on porifera/sponges to help the ocean, to help it grow, to help it prosper, and to help animals live and eat.
They eat algae, mussels, small fish, brittle stars, sponges, and crinoids.
If you are consuming sponges / non food items it's likely that you suffer from Pica
No, sea sponges are not decomposers. Sponges are filter feeders.
1 type if sea spider preys on soft sea sponge and sea slugs sea sponges and sea slugsSea spiders ( Pantopoda or pycnogonids) feed on sponges, cnidarians (jelly fish), and bryozoans.
sea slugs are sea sponge's enemy because sea slugs eat sea sponges
Well, sea sponges are omnivorous. Although they usually only eat Small fishes and aquatic worms, the do occasionally feed on plants such as seaweed.
No, sea sponges can not make their own food. They obtain their nutrition from the food particles in the water. Sponges primarily eat bacteria, phytoplankton, and other small food bits out of the water.
Some nudibranchs (sea slugs), hawksbill sea turtles, angelfish, sea slugs, some starfish, the larvae of sponge flies, some brittle stars and some fish eat sponges.
Yes, sponges provide food for a number of different organisms such as nudibranchs, sea stars, fishes, and turtles.
fish jellyfish plankton sponges slugs and shellfish
Green Sea Urchins eat plankton, algae, small fish, mussels, sponges, and brittle stars.
They eat corals, sponges, sea urchins, other echinoderms, and small crustaceans.
Sea sponges can't sleep because they have to breathe and if sea sponges sleep they can't consentrate on breathing.
yes they are. a sea animal lives in the sea and sponges live in the sea
It mostly eat fish.
They eat Horse shoe crabs, shrimp, clams, sea urchins, sponges, fishes, squids and octopuses
Sea sponges predators could be sea turtles, crabs, sea slugs, or sea stars. :)
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