Some animals that live underground are worms, moles and prairie dogs. Worms and moles live underground full time, while prairie dogs and chipmunks do spend time above ground. More »

Animals that live underground include earthworms, moles, blind salamanders, groundhogs, aardvarks and ants. Some underground animals regularly come to the surface in search of food and nest materials. Others remain under... More »

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Grasslands are habitats for grazing animals like buffalo, elk and whitetail deer in North America and zebra and antelope in Africa, where herds support predators like lions and cheetahs. Other large mammals living in the... More »

The main staples in the salamander's diet are insects, spiders and worms, but salamanders are opportunistic feeders and eat most animals that are appropriately sized. Larger salamanders are able to eat some fish, crabs, ... More »

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Types of animals that live in wetlands include mammals, reptiles, amphibians, birds and marine animals. Most of the animals have specialized adaptations for living in the moist area and depend on the wet environment for ... More »

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A few examples of insectivores include moles, hedgehogs, moonrots, tenrecs and solenodons. Insectivores are a group of about 450 mammals that eat primarily insects, earthworms and arthropods. Although their name implies ... More »

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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