Question: Do sea angels have predators?

Though their name implies an angelic nature, sea angels are, in fact, predators with quite a bite. Once the sea angel gets hold of its prey, it uses two specialized eating appendages known as buccal cones to extract sea butterflies completely out of their shells.

What are the predators of sea angels?

Predators: Sea Angels main two predators are Baleen whales, such as right whales, blue whales, and humpback and Oncorhynchus keta, more commonly known as Chum salmon.

Where do sea angels go?

They inhabit the frigid waters of the Arctic, subarctic Atlantic, and Pacific oceans, and prey on sea butterflies—specifically a small type of sea snail called Limacina helicina.

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