Pacific sardines are filter feeders that feed on a variety of phytoplankton and zooplankton. Though they filter very small prey, they use their relatively large eyes and exceptional eyesight to increase the density of prey in the water that they filter. This strategy is in stark contrast to that used by the very large bodied filter feeders (like whale sharks and basking sharks), which essentially feed blindly and rely on large volumes of wa
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The beautifiul bowhead whale, Balaena mysticetus is also known as the Greenland right whale and is a filter feeder. It is best known for its massive head which measures 1/3 of the body length. I wonder what it thinks about. Thanks to @Evan Sharp #Bowhead_Whale #Marine_Biology
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The Oarfish is a rare, solitary, and giant denizen of the ocean depths (arguably larger than a Whale Shark. (The Oarfish,17m as opposed to the Whale Shark, 12.96m in the Guinness Book of World Records.)) and is a filter feeder, comfortable cruising at depths of 200 m. Mistakenly named for its prominent pectoral oars with which it was thought to 'row', it undulates serpentlike with its dorsal fins and has been seen orienting itself vertically.
Stereosternum is a genus of mesosaurid marine reptile from the Early Permian of Brazil. Unlike other mesosaurs, which appear to have been filter feeders, Stereosternum seeming led a lifestyle similar to that of the gharial, capturing fish with its slender snout, filled with sharp teeth. The juveniles also appear to have been less aquatic than the adults