What do the fish eat?
There are many types of fish, and their food is different. Often what the fish eat depends on the season, the species, the presence of a particular food in a certain body of water. According to food, all fish are conventionally divided into three groups: predatory, zoophagous, and herbivorous. However, the separation is really conditional, since predators, while they are small, feed on plankton, and animal-eating fish do not neglect vegetable food.
Food predators are fish and other vertebrates. Invertebrates are included in the diet of animal-eating animals. Herbivorous fish eat mainly aquatic plants.
While the fish is a fry, small plants and animal organisms are included in its diet. They are called plankton. As the fry grows and transforms into fish, the diet changes significantly.
The fish that eat at the bottom of the reservoir and near it include bream, podleschiki, ruffs. The aquatic inhabitants that feed in the water column, mainly plankton, include, for example, sabrefish.Fish, which absorb both plankton and organisms at the bottom of the reservoir, have a mixed diet; these include roach and crucian. Carnivores include catfish, pike perch, perch and pike. They eat not only other fish, but also their own kind.
Fish feeding schedule
In the aquatic world there is a definite nutrition schedule. Throughout the day, the activity of food consumption is different. The bulk of the fish prefers to eat during the day and in the evening; the one who eats plankton eats lunch during the day, and some predators (catfish, pike) mostly at night. However, there are other factors that affect the nutrition of fish. Season, water temperature, oxygen content can affect both the diet and the nutrition time.