Plankton are very small organisms that live in the world's oceans. There are two main categories of plankton; phytoplankton and zooplankton. Phytoplankton are small plants that cause the color of the oceans in some places to be green. They also make up the largest single biomass in the world. Zooplankton are small animals that eat phytoplankton.
Phytoplankton and zoo plankton are examples of plankton
bacteria, fungi, archaea, and protists, plankton
shrimp, krill, zoo plankton.
plankton are a type of fish and a shark's favorite snack.
Carnivorous plankton are eaten by secondary consumers. Some examples of these are birds, fish, and squid. Carnivorous plankton are also eaten indirectly by whatever consumers secondary consumers.
That depends on the type of plankton, some plankton are plants some plankton are herbivores and some plankton are carnivores. Some plankton may also be omnivorous.
Plankton and shrimp.
There are some types of plankton that can eat plants.
turtles fish plankton and star fish
Some of the producers in the ocean are very small. They consist of Plankton, krill, algae, kelp and more. These are just some examples that feed some of the biggest animals in the ocean.
Yes and no. typically plankton applies to microorganisms that are not fish. They are small microscopic animals. But more properly, plankton means drifter or floater. Anything that floats can be called a plankton. For example, the Porteguese Man of War is a plankton, while a copepod and diatom is also an aexample of plankton. Some plant are considered to be plankton and some algae are forms of phytoplankton.
Some plankton are bacteria, such as phytoplankton and zooplankton. Others, such as moon jellyfish are not.