What Do Perch Eat?

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Yellow perch are found in rivers, ponds and many lakes throughout the country. Adult perch are about 4 to 15 inches long. They eat small fish, crayfish, fish eggs, worms and more.
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The shape of a bird's bill provides clues to its diet. Finches and sparrows are seed eaters, and have conical bills designed for shelling seeds. Insect eating birds have narrow bills
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Bigger fish such as walleye,pike and muskies eat yellow perch,as well as some largemouth bass and problably some salmonids,and of course humans! Yellow perch meat is very tasty,and
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Perch's natural food's include Cyclops, fly larvae, mayfly larvae, freshwater shrimps, young
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Anything that moves and will fit in their mouth. Insects, small frogs, minnows, crayfish, tadpoles. They really aren't very picky.
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Perches are ravenous, aquatic creatures. They will eat any fish, insects, mussels, clams, frogs, tadpoles, or other type of aquatic animals that are of the right size to fit in their mouths.
Infant perch eat plankton, shrimp, and insect larvae. Adult perch survive on eating smaller fish, and are even known to eat their own kind. You can find more information here: http://www.tdvan.freeserve.co.uk/Perch%20Details.htm
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