Small marine crustaceans that are the principal food of baleen whales.
Tiny shrimplike creatures eaten by whales
Small shrimp-like creatures which are eaten by baleen whales.
The small shrimp-like crustaceans which are the main food of some baleen whales.
Small shrimp like creatures that exist in huge numbers in the southern ocean and provide. a vital link in Antarctic food chains between producers (plants) and herbivores.
Tiny, shrimp like crustaceans, of the family Euphausiidae, that form an essential part of the marine food chain.
any euphausid crustacean (Euphausia superba) from the sea, sold frozen or freeze-dried as fish food.
A small crustacean Euphausia superba.
The common name of a small crustacean eaten by Mystecetes. Mediterannean Krill species are Northern krill, Meganyctiphanes norvegica, and Nyctiphanes couchii.
tiny, free-swimming, shrimp-like crustaceans (euphausiids) which occur in huge numbers in the open sea and are a major part of the diet of many baleen whales.
Shrimplike crustaceans occuring in huge numbers in open seas, and eaten by baleen whales.
Tiny planktonic crustaceans found in the seas around the Antarctic and eaten by fish and some seals and whales.
Tiny, shrimp-like animals that are the main food of many whales and marine animals.
euphausids, shrimp like, holoplanktonic crustaceans that provide a common food source for some whales, seabirds, and fish
shrimp-like planktonic crustaceans; major source of food for e.g. baleen whales
Small ocean,shrimp-like animals."
very small shrimp-like creatures that swim in schools
Planktonic crustaceans and larvae that constitute the primary food of baleen whales.
small crustaceans, similar to shrimp, that make up a very large amount of the biomass in the oceans and are a very important part of marine food webs. Krill are found in huge masses in polar waters and are the main food for baleen whales.
A shrimplike creature that lives in large numbers in polar waters.
small planktonic marine shrimp; a favorite food of baleen whales.
Shrimplike crustaceans occurring in huge numbers in the open seas, and eaten by baleen whale Lobe : A rounded projection.
A tiny crustacea that feeds on plankton and forms the basis of most of the Antarctic food chain.
Any of the small, pelagic, shrimplike crustaceans. Krill are an important source of energy in antarctic food webs.
A small shrimp-like crustacean that forms the major food of many baleen whales.
Collection of small marine crustaceans that is the principal food of humpback whales.
Small, shrimp like crustaceans, of the family Euphausiidae, that form a part of the marine food chain
small shrimp-like animals that are food for some penguins
shrimp-like planktonic crustaceans; an abundant and major food source for Antarctic animals such as whales, fish, and penguins. | | | | | | | | | | N | O | | | | | | | X | Y | Z
Small, shrimp-like crustaceans that form the major food of many baleen whales. There are more than 80 species.
A type of small, open ocean shrimp found in dense schools in cool and temperate waters.
A variety of plankton that is one of the main food sources of baleen whales
Krill are tiny animals, euphasiids, that float in the oceans. They are shrimp-like crustaceans that are found in vast amounts in the cold waters of the Arctic and Antarctic Oceans. Baleen whales eat krill that they sieve through their baleen. Blue whales can eat about 4 tons of krill each day.
Krill are shrimp-like marine invertebrate animals. These small crustaceans are important organisms of the zooplankton, particularly as food for baleen whales, mantas, whale sharks, crabeater seals and other seals, and a few seabird species that feed almost exclusively on them. Another name is euphausiids, after their taxonomic order Euphausiacea.