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 » Pets & Animals Marine Life

Like adult seahorses, seahorse babies, which are also known as fry, eat a lot of food in a single day; these tiny creatures can eat as much as 3,000 pieces of food a day. As adults, seahorses will typically eat on no few... More »

Seahorses are eaten by birds, crabs, fish and other sea creatures, but are not a preferred food by many predators because they are primarily made of bones and skin. In order to avoid being eaten, seahorses will change co... More »

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 »

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

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 » Pets & Animals Marine Life Fish

The blue whale feeds on small organisms called copepods and krill. It eats by sucking in a mouthful of water and krill and then filtering out the water through its baleen bristle teeth. More »