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What does a clam eat?
Answer 1:

Clams filter the water in order to get tiny organisms, bacteria, diatoms, protozoans, etc. In a few words we can say that clams eat plankton. Plankton are a group of organisms that live in fresh water or in the seas and oceans: diatoms, protozoans, small crustaceans, algae, eggs and larval stages of larger animals, etc.



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