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Unformatted text preview: Absorptive feeders , such as tapeworms, live in a digestive system of another animal and absorb nutrients from that animal directly through their body wall. Filter feeders , such as oysters and mussels, collect small organisms and particles from the surrounding water. Substrate feeders , such as earthworms and termites, eat the material (dirt or wood) they burrow through. Fluid feeders , such as aphids, pierce the body of a plant or animal and withdraw fluids....
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