Yes. In fact, a jellyfish is their favorite snack.
Wild betta fish (or Siamese fighting fish) are native to rice paddies, and live inland, in freshwater. It would be highly unlikely they would ever come in contact with each other, as seals live in the ocean. So I guess the answer is no.
sometimes. not constantly.
Yes, seals do eat tuna. Seals will eat almost any kind of fish that is made available to them. Leopard seals are known for even eating penguins.
Yes, they do they als eat anhovies.
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NO they dont sorry ur wrong
No not if it is big
Hooded seals are carnivores, so they only eat biotic animals. They eat attic fish, shrimp, squid, mussels, starfish, herring, and cod. They can also eat most animals that are related to these if needed.
No, theyre many celled. They are classified as animals.
Jelly fish don't have bones or teeth which are typically what fossilizes. Jellyfish are mostly water so they decompose extremely easily. Its like trying to fossilize soggy jello. They live in open oceans so its difficult for a jellyfish to become fossilized when there isn't a whole lot of soil around.
Jellyfish Some types glass Water etc...
They club them, ususally with metal pipes.
Yes, and so are seals.
If you mean What eats a jellyfish? The answer is some sea turtles, other jellyfish and people.If you mean What does a jellyfish eat? They eat small fish and zooplankton
Jellyfish can eat anything that can be paralyzed easily, so yes it can.yes jellyfish eat zooplankton.
jellyfish do eat bacteria jellyfish eat other smaller things - a 5th grader wrote this caleb
jellyfish eat small fish and microplankton
no they do not penguin very rarely eat jellyfish themselves and jellyfish cant eat them
Yes, jellyfish are heterotrophs. Heterotrophs eat and are consumers. Jellyfish eat, and are consumers: therefore, they are heterotrophs.
Sea turtles eat jellyfish because jellyfish are their prey and a source of food.
There are many species of jellyfish. Most of them eat plankton some though have been known to eat smaller jellyfish. None are known to eat damselfish.
Actually, jellyfish eat whatever they can!
No; only specific jellyfish are. Actually, quite a few people around the workd eat jellyfish. Although, I do not recommend getting a jellyfish and cooking it to eat without training and/or experience.