The habitat of caterpillars is forests and pastures where the caterpillar's diet of leaves and grasses is abundantly available. It is estimated that there are more than 20,000 species of caterpillars, including undiscovered species living in unpopulated areas.Continue Reading
Caterpillars are generally considered an agricultural pest since they feed on leaves, plants and crops leaving large, detrimental holes in foliage and vegetation. Caterpillars can damage fields and produce within their habitat, leaving the plants inedible or unhealthy.
After 2 to 3 weeks, caterpillars live in self-made cocoons or pupas in order to become a butterfly or moth. After its transformation, they may live in the same general habitat.Learn more about Bugs
In the wild, 99 percent of a panda's diet consists of leaves, stems and shoots of the bamboo plant, while the remainder is made up of flowers, vines, grasses, green corn, honey and small rodents. Pandas in captivity are fed bamboo, sugar cane, rice gruel, carrots, apples and sweet potatoes.Full Answer >
The best diet for a Sulcata Tortoise includes a variety of grasses and leaves. This diet is most similar to their natural diet in the wild and includes lawn grasses, mulberry leaves, flowers, grape leaves and hibiscus leave.Full Answer >
The diet of an African elephant consists of roots, grasses, buds, leaves, fruits and barks. Elephants can eat up to 350 pounds of food daily.Full Answer >
Poisonous caterpillars come in a range of colors, shapes and patterns; some are solid green or white while others are black and adorned with brilliant splashes of red, turquoise and other vibrant hues. There are many species of venomous caterpillars, including the black moth, flannel, hag, saddleback and spiny oak. Poisonous caterpillars live around the world, including the United States, and make their homes primarily in tropical regions and warmer climates.Full Answer >