Chipmunks enjoy a diet that consists of fruit, seeds, berries, grains and insects. All of the food that chipmunks eat can be found in their natural habitat of the forest.Continue Reading
Chipmunks are hibernating animals. They store food for use during the long months of hibernation. A large amount of food can be gathered and brought back to the nest in the chipmunk's generously large storage pouches, located inside their cheeks.
The small animal, which is part of the squirrel family, gathers foods that have already fallen to the ground. Scurrying under the bushes and shrubs that the food originated from keeps the chipmunk well hidden from predators while they hunt for food.Learn more about Rodents
Baby quails eat seeds, nuts, fruit, grains, berries and other plant materials. They also eat lizards, snails, worms, beetles, caterpillars and spiders. Chicks of some species, such as the mountain quail, eat more insects than the adults.Full Answer >
Parrots in the rain forest eat fruit, nuts, seeds, grains, leaves and insects. The large, hard, hooked bills of parrots allow them to crack open especially tough nuts and seeds.Full Answer >
A robin's diet consists primarily of insects, worms, berries and fruit. The birds seek out lawns and gardens following periods of rain and at the sight of freshly cut grass, when it is easier to seek out prey.Full Answer >
Rainforest animals eat a wide and varied diet, including fruit, leaves, insects, nuts, seeds, bark, grasses and other animals. The rainforest is estimated to contain approximately half the world's animal species. Some of these species are vegetarians, some are carnivores, and some are omnivores.Full Answer >