What Do Blood Worms Eat?


Blood worms eat the manure of horse, chicken, and other waste products. They can live off of waste for a life time and they also drink water. The manure that they eat is also known as micro food.
2 Additional Answers
Blood worms mainly feed on algae and detritus. They frequently build tubes of mud around themselves, which are at times attached to stones. Blood worms make up a significant portion of the diet of fish, thus they are commonly used as bait by anglers.
Blood worms are carnivorous, and will eat any type of animal matter, inset, or fish small enough for them to capture. They have a poisonous and painful bite.
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