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 Is a zebra a herbivore?

Answer Zebras are herbivores that eat grass and plants. Because zebras don't get much nutrition from grass, they must eat a lot of it and tend to graze all day. They use their front teeth to cut the grass... Read More »
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Is a giraffe a herbivore?

Giraffes are inherently herbivores. Their primary source of food is the acacia tree, but the diet of a giraffe consists of any variety of shoots and leaves from shrubs and trees.Source:African Wild... Read More »
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Is a hummingbird a herbivore?

Though the hummingbird's primary source of food--and the reason for its long beak and tongue--is nectar, hummingbirds also require protein in their diet, which they receive through eating insects. ... Read More »
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How to Care for Zebra Danios/Zebra Fish?

Danios are interesting fish and very easy to care for even for the novice aquarist. This article will show you how to care for these hardy, yet beautiful fish.
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Is a cactus wren a carnivore or an herbivore or an omnivore?

The Arizona cactus wren [Campylorhynchus brunneicapillus] is an omnivore, because it eats plants and animals. Its preferred diet includes insects, seeds, and small frogs and lizards. So it isn't an... Read More »
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