Most fish do eat plankton at some point in their life, depending on their size and the availability of foods. For most species, their time spent wolfing down plankton is in their larval stage, when they are still too small to consume larger organisms such as other fish. There are some species, however, that continue eating plankton their entire lives, such as whale sharks and basking sharks, to name a couple.
Almost all fish found in temperate and polar waters rely at some point in their life cycle on zooplankton.
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