What Do Fish Eat?

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Fish eats the flowing food : minnows, crayfish, jigs, grasshoppers, worms and artificial spinners. These food are commonly eaten by fish such as rainbow trout are crickets and salmon eggs. Largemouth bass fish feeds on bug shiners, cheese, surface plugs and popping bugs.
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Some types of fish eat plant matter and small organisms, while others are carnivorous and eat other fish.
There are numerous types of fish that are edible such as: cods, anchovy's, crabs, dog fish, flounders, haddocks, hake, hoki, herring, halibut, perch, sardines, scallops, sea bass, rock lobsters, Pollock's, tuna and tooth fish. Fish are a very good source of protein.
Raccoons, herons, larger fish, eagles, hawks, whales, crocodiles and humans are all very fond of fish as part of their diet. Fish feed on sea creatures such as lobsters, crayfish, aquatic turtles and crabs.
Some types of fish eat plant matter and small organisms, while others are carnivorous and eat other fish.
There are several kinds of fish and each kind may eat differently. Some fish eat algae, parasites, coral, sponges, and plankton. Some fish even eat each other.
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