What Do Freshwater Fish Eat?


Fresh water fish have a variety of foods from which to choose including: plant life, microscopic organisms, other smaller fish, insects and their larvae as well as amphibians. Fresh water fish are split into three major groups namely: jawless fish, bony fish and cartilaginous fish.
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Freshwater fish in lakes and streams are known for eating worms, caterpillars, insects, and smaller fish. Larger fish may even eat small mammals or frogs.
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