What eats great blue herons?

Answer A number of animals eat great blue herons, including eagles, crows, ravens, vultures, hawks, raccoons and bears. Most of the predators eat the eggs or young chicks, but they have been known to eat ... Read More »

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What eats a blue ray limpet?

Unfortunately, it doesn't. A DVD is a standard definition video source with either 480 or 576 lines of information in the picture. Playing a standard definition video source on high definition equi... Read More »

What eats the karner blue butterfly?

The seven-spotted lady beetle, paper wasps and spined soldier bugs feed on the larvae of Karner blue butterflies. Dragonflies, spiders, white-tailed deer and birds eat adult Karner blue butterflies... Read More »

How are you related to your great great great great great grandfather's great great great great great grandson?

The great great great great great grandson of your of your great great great great great grandfather could be:yourself (if you are a boy)your brotheryour first cousinyour second cousinyour third co... Read More »

Do herons rip out lily pads?

The great blue heron (Ardea herodias) is unlikely to rip out water lily pads. The heron's primary diet is fish, followed by amphibians, mammals and birds, with aquatic plants as the smallest food s... Read More »