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Birds and carivore snails.

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What marine animal eats limpets?

Crabs eat Limpets.


What eats the wrasse fish?

it eats toutog fish and shirmp and limpets


What marine animal eats limpets and barnacles and sand dollars?

Carnivore Snails


How much do black oystercatchers eat?

it eats a variety of invertebrate marine life including mussels , whelks and limpets


What eats whelks?

sprats eat whelk and so do limpets i hope this helps you for your food web and i hope you enjoy this info


What do ochre sea stars eat?

the ochre sea star eats many things such as bay muscles,barnacles,limpets and snails


Does limpets eat seaweed?

Limpets eat microscopic seaweed.


Where do limpets live?

Limpets live in the intertidal zone and are stuck to the rocks.


How do limpets protect themselves?

They have a hard shell on the outside of their body which is the exoskeleton. It eats only at night as it is the safest time to be about. I hope I was of help, Essondon xox


What does limpets eat?

Limpets eat different types of algae such as microscopic seaweed.


How do limpets breathe?

Limpets breathe through gills - they absorb oxygen from the water.


Is limpets a decomposer?

no


Are limpets carnivores?

herbivore :)


Are limpets omnivores?

No limpets are not omnivores, how is that? here is the explanation on how to work it out which is called cleverness. 1) Type in the question 2) If the answer is there check it with a parent and on google if the answer is not on research your answer then answer it on answers.com Do you know what the definitions on limpets are??? Limpets are a name for a saltwater or freshwater snails and snails are carnivores because they eat meat in the sea. :D


What is a limpets diet?

Algae is mainly a limpets diet. They only feed at night and stay in one place all of their lives.


Where are limpets commonly found?

Limpets are commonly found along rocky shorelines sucking onto the sides or bottoms of the rocks.


Why do limpets change size?

They grow.


What phylum do limpets belong to?

Mollusca.


Do limpets have small populations?

yes


Can you eat limpets?

Yes. In some countries (particularly Spain) they are highly regarded. They are chewy but pleasant - if you like calamari, you'll like limpets.


What two characteristics do crabs and barnacles share that limpets do not?

Both crabs and barnacles have claws and also both shed their external skeleton, the limpets do not.


Are limpets an omnivore herbivore or carnivore?

herbivore


What is the scientific name for a true Limpets?

a macock


The names of clinging shellfish?

Limpets


What do Limpets do differently when the tide is in and when the tide is out?

the limpets move when tide is in, they breathe and take in algae to eat. when tide is out, they stay put and do not eat so much.