Many crustaceans such as shrimp mainly eat dead animals and scraps they find. They are considered scavengers that search for their food. More »

Low-altitude pikas survive by eating moss, but very few other animals can do so because moss is a very poor-quality food, says National Geographic. Fairfax County Public Schools reports that a few small mites and crustac... More »

Coyotes are primarily carnivores and mainly eat small and large mammals, although they also prey on birds, snakes, lizards, amphibians, crustaceans, fish and insects. When fresh meat is not available, they eat carrion, i... More »

Like most crustaceans, shrimps are omnivores and consume both plant materials and small animals. They are not picky eaters and are considered as scavengers, ingesting anything that is small enough for them to eat, includ... More »

Seahorses feed on small crustaceans. Some of the favorites for seashores are shrimp and zooplankton, though they will eat nearly any live food. More »

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Lobsters eat fish, worms, mollusks, other crustaceans, plants, sea urchins and snails. They are omnivores, meaning they consume both plant and animal life. Lobsters prefer to hunt and eat live prey but do scour the ocean... More »

Different species of echinoderms eat a variety of different foods, from ocean plants to smaller sea creatures such as snails, worms, and crustaceans. Some species also scavenge dead plant and animal matter on the ocean f... More »

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