Mullets are a saltwater bottom feeder and prefer a diet consisting of vegetation, algae and plankton. Mullets often take on the "flavor" of the waters they feed in, which means polluted waters can make mullet unsavory to... More »

Eagles are carnivores, which means that they feed only on meat. Some species of eagles are scavengers, which means that they primarily eat fish and animals that are already dead. Eagles also hunt their prey, though some ... More »

Flounder are flatfish that eat shrimp, crustaceans and other fish. Adult flounder can eat between 4 and 8 percent of their body weight every day. More »

Clams are filter feeders that pump water through their bodies to catch microscopic organisms, such as plankton and algae. This is done using the siphon, a long appendage connected to the main body of the clam. The siphon... More »

Small freshwater fish typically eat vegetation, insects, larvae, leeches, shrimp and dead or decaying matter, and small saltwater fish, called forage or feed fish, eat plankton. The tiny American herring eats small and l... More »

Coho salmon, also known as silver salmon, feed on insects and plankton while they live in fresh water, then switch to a diet of small fish when they reach the ocean. When mature coho salmon return to fresh water, they ra... More »

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The diet of a bony fish includes plankton, crustaceans, invertebrates and other fish, depending on the species. There are over 28,000 species of bony fish. More »