Primarily herbivores, voles eat roots from trees or shrubs, bark, clover, seeds, bulbs and grasses as well as domestic garden plants such as cauliflower, lettuce, cabbage, sweet potatoes, spinach, beets, turnip, tomatoes, apple trees and olive trees. Voles are often considered pests because they gnaw at and eat domestic plants found in gardens as well as fruit trees. These gnaw marks will range from 1/8 of an inch to 3/8 of an inch, and are jagged, often appearing randomly around the plants.Continue Reading
The vole is an active animal and is up during the day and the night throughout the year. Although the vole does not hibernate, it will hide in its burrow system during cold weather, only coming out to eat. It also loves to live in areas where there is a lot of vegetation such as marshes, grassy fields and woodland.
The vole is a member of the rodent family and is typically 5 to 7 inches long. Sometimes they are called "meadow mice" instead, though their scientific name is Microtus pennsylvanicus. Voles mature quickly and to give birth often, so the population of voles in an area newly inhabited can grow quickly.Learn more about Rodents
V8 vegetable juice contains water and the concentrated juice of tomatoes, carrots, celery, beets, parsley, lettuce, watercress and spinach as well as salt, vitamin C, natural flavoring and citric acid. The natural flavoring is a trade secret, but the V8 brand assures its customers that they come from natural sources, are compliant with the FDA rules and do not contain MSG or any of the eight major food allergens.Full Answer >
Indian elephants are mega-herbivores and consume a wide variety of grasses, shrubs, tree stems, vines, bark and roots. The type and proportions of the plants they consume are dependent on the season and their specific habitat.Full Answer >
The majority of kangaroo rats eat mesquite beans and a variety of seeds from desert grasses. The seeds they eat include those from creosote, bush, purslane, ocotillo and grama grasses. Some kangaroo rats also eat green vegetation and insects.Full Answer >
Some white vegetables are white-fleshed potatoes, cauliflower, white onions, garlic, parsnips, mushrooms, turnips, white corn and kohlrabi, or turnip cabbage. While these white vegetables, as well as tan and brown veggies, are often excluded in the "eat a rainbow" diet, they contain substantial amounts of nutrients that many people could be lacking, such as magnesium, potassium and fiber.Full Answer >