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Do sharks eat capelin?

Asked: capt. patrick smith, Last Updated:

However, salmon sharks are opportunistic predators that have a varied diet that includes Pacific herring, capelin, pollock, sablefish, rockfish, and squid even when adult salmon are locally abundant.

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