What kind of animals from Antarctica eat kelp?
Kelp is a food source for marine animals.
animals eat off of it
most marine animals rely on kelp if they eat algae or use kelp as a home or and escape from their prediters
Killer whales eat kelp from time to time. Other animals that eat kelp include sea otters and sea urchins.
Sea Otters eat abalone which eat the kelp. Kelp provides a safe fish nursery for fry.
Kelp and seeweed
they eat kelp and other plants
I think kelp lives in the pacific ocean it needs food and water kelp needs shelter some kelp eat other animals
humans for one sea urchins
There is no food chain in Antarctica: it's too cold. This also means that no animals live on the continent. However, many kinds of birds come to the continent to breed. During that eason, there are situations when one kind of bird -- Skua, will eat the babies of another kind of bird, Penguin, in particular.
they eat the reamans of baloga whahle, dead fish and kelp
kelp crabs eat kelp
Marine animals in the southern oceans eat other marine animals.
animals that live in antarctica like fish
Since there is no food chain in Antarctica, it's too cold, there are no animals that live there. Sea animals eat other sea animals in the shortest food chain on earth.
Grass veggies and kelp also leaves
There are no trees in Antarctica, nor are there any animals that live there: it's too cold.
Kelp forest creatures eat kelp of course.
Some seals are native to the Kelp Forest. The Kelp Forest has an overabundance of kelp growing underwater. Seals will eat the kelp.
Because there is nothing to eat on land: the environment is too cold to support any kind of animal life.
The orca whale comes to visit, to find penguins and seals to eat, but the orca does not live in Antarctica. No animals live in Antarctica.
Not really. They eat sea urchins. They have a special kind of pouch for the sea urchin's spikes.
they eat fish in the antarctic and animals.
kelp does not eat, it is a plant. it photosynthesises
Sea urchins eat plants (kelp, barnacle,algae) and marine animals (decaying/dead fish, mussels).
Yes, in the Desert the desert animals eat lots of cactus and other plants in the desert. In the sea the animals eat Kelp, seaweed, and etc.... And finally in the forest the animals eat either specific leaves or meat! Answered by: Anonymous
they eat what ever they want
kelp crabs eat periwinkles and kelp
Antarctica is a continent and the animals you name are sea animals. They eat their food from the food chain in the Southern Ocean.
Breeding animals -- there are no animals living on the continent -- are sea mammals and sea birds, and their food chain is contained in the Southern Ocean that surrounds Antarctica.
Blue Whales and Baleen whales eat kelp.
Kelp Crabs do.
I think ou are asking why animals eat other animals and what kind. Humans eat every kind of animal known so we are the top but there are animals called carnivors that eat other animals.
whenever they are hungery youu idiot
caribou love lichen
Yes sea urchins are herbivores because they eat kelps. Kelp is a kind of plant.
Yes. All kelp is edible.
All animals in Antarctica -- those that come to the continent to breed -- feed in the sea. Exceptions are made when carnivorous animals find baby animals unattended on the ice, in which case the babies provide food. There is no food chain in Antarctica: it's too cold.
An eel will generally eat smaller fish. They may also eat seaweed or plankton. They do not normally eat kelp.
Pigs are herbivores they do not eat animals
snails, crabs, halfmoon fish, opaleye fish, sea urchins, abalone, the list goes on.
Whatever chocolate bars are available are the kind eaten in Antarctica.
they like to eat sea kelp and sertin other sea kelp.
Bottlenose Dolphins are carnivores, meat eaters. They don't eat kelp.
There are many different kinds of kelp, so there are some variations in their adaptations. Some of the commonly-seen kelp adaptations include reproducing by releasing spores instead of seeds, which appears to be more successful for kelp, and growing small air bladders along the stems so that the kelp is able to "stand" upright. Kelp also grows extremely fast, so even though many animals eat it, it is able to survive.
Humans Are omnivores that eat plants and animals.
The kelp uses the sea urchins to keep it in check, from growing too much. However, the sea urchins eat kelp, so they destroy kelp growth. Also, sea otters eat urchins, and they live in the kelp forest.
they eat animals
TV's Eat Bull Kelp.
Animals like wolves are animals that eat deer, and so do we humans!
um mm well there are a lot of animals in the sea that eat plants and there are a lot of animals that eat each other for example dugongs eat sea grass and kelp and sharks eat different animals like fish and even other sharks another animal that eats plants are whales there eat krill except for the orca whale that eat fish whales like the blue whale can eat up to 60 tones of… Read More