What Eats Duckweed?


Duckweed, as the name suggests is food to ducks and fish as well as several species of birds. Duckweed also supplies shelter and protection for aquatic animals like the frogs, fish, insects, crustaceans, snakes and others animals.
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Duckweed takes oxygen and water and combines it into carbohydrates.
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Pigs, deer, elephants, bobcats, ducks and a few other birds will eat duckweed. There are also fish that will eat duckweed, including carp. You can find more information here: http://schmidling.com/duckwd.htm
Duckweed are floating plants that are found in ponds and marshes. Frogs, birds, fish and many other animals eat duckweed and use it as a source of shelter. You can find more information here: http://www.fcps.edu/islandcreekes/ecology/duckweed.htm
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