Chinchillas in the wild mainly forage for seeds, bark, herbs and grasses. As omnivores, they also eat meat and enjoy bird eggs or insects in their diets when the opportunity arises. More »

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 chi... More »

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A wild salamander eats slugs, worms and small arachnids such as spiders and millipedes. One example of a wild salamander is the spotted salamander, which leaves its burrow at night to hunt these creatures. The giant Japa... More »

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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... More »

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 chi... More »

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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 v... More »

Eastern gray squirrels are omnivorous and eat food such as bird eggs, insects, seeds, nuts, buds, fungi, acorns, flowers, bark and baby birds. Their front teeth never stop growing so they don’t wear out due to constant g... More »