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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Chinchillas should never eat chocolate or any foods containing animal products, according to Chinchilla Chronicles. Vegetables are also dangerous, because they can cause a dangerous condition called bloat. More »

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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 »

Cro-Magnon man, now referred to as European Early Modern Humans, were hunter-gatherers who ate a varied diet containing hunted big game, fruits, nuts, berries, seeds, plants and roots. It is also known that they ate fish... More »

Chipmunks enjoy a diet that consists of fruit, seeds, berries, grains and insects. All of the food that chipmunks eat can be found in their natural habitat of the forest. More »

Hamsters can eat bread, but it is preferable to give hamsters healthier snacks of fresh vegetables and fruits for optimal nutrition, reports the ASPCA. Hamsters cannot be given rhubarb, grapes or onions because these are... More »

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Squirrels are opportunistic omnivores, but the bulk of their diet is made up of seeds, nuts, shoots, fruits and leaves. Occasionally, squirrels will predate upon lizards, snakes, worms, birds, eggs or insects. Squirrels ... More »