Water fleas are tiny crustaceans that move in a quick jumpy, jerky manner, making them comparable to fleas. Most are found in any freshwater environment, and most eat water algea and phytoplankton.
Water fleas are microscopic anomopoda crustaceans with about 450 species distributed worldwide. Most live in freshwater but some live in marine habitats as well. They feed on microscopic particles in organic matter and are in turn eaten by fish.
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