Animals eat a variety of foods, including plants, seeds, nuts and other animals, depending on the species of animal. Pet animals, such as dogs or cats, also eat commercial food in wet or dry forms. More »

Each species of animal has slightly different behaviors when it comes to eating. Horses, for example, eat by biting off blades of grass with the front teeth and then chewing the grass with the molars. Dogs grab bites of ... More »

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No animal eats anaconda snakes, as this predator is on top of the food chain. Anacondas are in danger of being exterminated by humans, who kill them either out of fear or for commercial purposes, for the snakes' skin. More »

To create a backyard wildlife habitat, consider planting native plants that can be a source of berries, pollen, nuts, seeds and nectar for birds and small animals. Native plants are also relied upon by pollinators such a... More »

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The Yanomami people eat a variety of foods, such as wild honey, plantains, corn, cassava, fruits, seeds, fowl, deer, armadillos, nuts and monkey. These people eat the foods that they grow, hunt or gather. While the men d... More »

Flying squirrels are omnivores with diets consisting of a variety of foods, such as nuts, seeds, fruits insects and fungi. Flying squirrels that reside in southern regions tend to be a bit more carnivorous, and they even... More »

An animal shelter is a place where cats, dogs and other animals are temporarily homed and offered for adoption. Animal shelters are typically supported by charitable donations. More »

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