As omnivores, shrimp consume many different kinds of animal and plant species, but primarily feed on small fish, algae, plant particles and plankton. They will also eat decaying plants and will scavenge parts of dead ani... More »

Most freshwater, tropical and marine aquarium fish eat shrimp, and many commercial foods contain dried shrimp and shrimp by-products. Many stores, including Petco and PetsMart, offer high-quality prepared fish foods such... More »

The diet of a freshwater shrimp depends on the species, as the different species have different feeding requirements. Generally, shrimp are scavengers and eat nearly anything. More »

Oysters eat plankton, algae and small food particles that wash over their gills. Both oysters and clams use the same type of siphoning and straining system to remove food from the water around them. More »

Most animal plankton (zooplankton) and plant plankton (phytoplankton) live several months, but some species may live for more than a year. However, there are thousands of species of plankton, making it impossible to pinp... More »

Seahorses feed on a variety of foods that include plankton, small fish, and crustaceans such as copepods and shrimp. In the wild, most seahorses only eat live food and are ambush predators. Seahorses don’t have teeth, so... More »

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As omnivores, Crayfish like to eat shell fish, worms, plants, insects, plankton, insects and snails. Crayfish are not picky and will even eat dead fish, decaying plants and dead animals. They will eat anything within the... More »