Sea urchins eat seaweed,algae and bits of plants and animals.
Sea turtles, plankton, fish.
Some sea snails eat seaweed and some eat moss.
Yes.Sea Lions do eat seaweed.
Most ocean animals eat seaweed
Many animals eat seaweed, including hermit crabs, lobster, sea turtles, and marine iguanas. Herbivorous fish like parrotfish, damselfish, and surgeonfish can eat seaweed. Seaweed also is consumed by humans.Lots of different animals eat water weed. These are mainly animals who live in and around water.E.G.DragonfliesFishFrogs/toadsetc.Hope this helped, there are many more animals that eat water weed but this was just a brief understanding. ~:)~
well there are lots of fish that live in sea and not all fish eat each otherturtles
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
uhhh whales eat it because they are trying to save the enviorment instead of eatin every ding
Plankton eat a variety of different things. They eat everything from algae to seaweed to bacteria. Then, animals like whales eat the plankton.
They eat grass and sea slugs eat seaweed.
They eat algae and seaweed
Sea Ears eat seaweed... That's all I know
Herbivorous sea crabs eat algae and seaweed.
no they eat seaweed
Yes they do.
Sea urchins eat very slowly but like many other animals, they eat on a daily basis. A sea urchin's diet consists of things like algae and seaweed. If this food is not available, they will eat things like dead animals and sponges.
Sea slugs donÕt normally eat oak or seaweed. They do eat plankton, as well as any type of decaying material they can find.
seals,various fish,humans, and sea turtles they eat seaweed