What Do Mackerel Eat?

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Mackerel is a type of fish that feeds or consumes microscopic copepods when they are young. As it matures, it feeds on progressively larger prey and when it is fully grown, it will eat any fish that is smaller than it.
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King Mackerel eat fishes, crustaceans and mollusks.
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Mackerel are known to eat smaller finfish, squid and pelagic crustaceans. You mostly find mackerel fish can be found near shore and even off shore.
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Mackerel eat small finfish, squid, and pelagic crustaceans.
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