Mealworms eat decaying grass, leaves, and sticks, as well as new plant growth. They also feed on dead insects and feces.Continue Reading
Mealworms survive off of eating decaying or decomposing matter including plants and insects. Mealworms will also eat fresh and decaying fruit and vegetables, grains and rotting food. As a result, they are often used in compost bins for the purpose of breaking down biodegradable household waste.
Mealworms are also used to feed pets such as frogs, birds, fish, reptiles and hedgehogs. Mealworms are high in protein and fat, making them an ideal staple in the diets of certain creatures. Mealworms are easy to raise and maintain. They are often kept in plastic tubs filled with poultry meal and fruits or vegetables.Learn more about Worms
Before toilet paper, people used stones, clay, corncobs, leaves and even sticks tipped with a sponge to clean themselves after going to the bathroom. Southeast Asians innovated with scrap paper, and later Sears catalogs and other mass mail were put to good use in the outhouse.Full Answer >
Some tips for identifying different types of grass include understanding the local climate, looking at the youngest grass leaves and looking at how the grass grows. It is also important to look at the entire grass plant, and if still requiring assistance, reach out to a lawn care professional.Full Answer >
Deer eat twigs, branches, leaves, fruits, grass, nuts, alfalfa and fungi, depending on the availability and the season. During the spring, deer prefer sweet clover, wild beans and poison ivy, while in the winter they subsist on coralberry, wheat and rye.Full Answer >
The nutrition of chinchillas includes fruits, pellets, seeds, barks, berries, grass, alfalfa, leaves and plants. Typically, they eat foods that contain high levels of fiber. Raisins and peanuts can also be offered to chinchillas.Full Answer >