What is a clam's diet?

Answer Clams feed on small plankton (drifting plants and animals), which are suspended in the water. The plankton are pumped into the clam, where they are filtered using the gills. They're then processed ... Read More »

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What are the differences between an adequate diet balanced diet moderate diet and varied diet?

An adequate diet contains all nutrients necessary for long-term survival. It may not necessarily be optimal or have any variety. A balanced diet refers to a diet that does not have too much of jus... Read More »

What do freshwater clams eat?

Considered omnivores, freshwater clams are filter feeders, meaning that they siphon edible particles of plants and animals from the water. When kept as pets, freshwater clams will eat invertebrate ... Read More »

Is a fat free diet or a low fat diet or a full fat diet best for fat burning?

Answer Never ever attempt a fat free diet or any diet recommending that you get less than 10% of your calories from fat. You could cause yourself serious harm, as fat is needed to absorb vitamins... Read More »

What do fresh water clams eat?

Freshwater clams are filter feeders, meaning they filter food out of the water, and eat phytoplankton, zooplankton, detritus and bacteria. Freshwater clams cannot survive on the algae in most fres... Read More »