The aye-aye is a lemur that eats beetles. It uses long, thin fingers and sharp teeth to gnaw through tree bark to find beetles, insect larvae, nuts, seeds and fungi. The yellow-naped woodpecker catches flying beetles in midair and forages for them in the underbrush. The panther chameleon, gecko and Gray's monitor are lizards that eat beetles. Bats and rats also eat beetles of all sizes.