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Seagulls and Seagull Babies FAQ

We have received a lot of questions asking about what baby seagulls eat and how to age a seagull etc. We have therefore put together a Seagull Babies FAQ which hopefully can answer your questions. If you have found a baby seagull …

What Do Whales Eat?

Facts About Whales Whales belong to the same scientific order as porpoises and dolphins (Cetacea) but differ from them in that most do not have teeth. The suborder Mysticeti (baleen whales) includes right whales, pygmy right whales, gray whales, and rorqual whales. …

What Do Spiders Eat?

Often misunderstood by humans, the feeding behavior of spiders regulates almost every ecosystem on earth, principally in controlling insect populations. There are over 40,000 spider species worldwide, all of which (except one) are exclusively carnivorous. While spiders are commonly associated with webs, …

What Do Dolphins Eat?

Dolphins are highly intelligent marine mammals most closely related to whales and porpoises. In fact, they’re scientifically classified as “toothed whales.” Most dolphins live in the ocean, but some reside in large rivers such as the Indus, Ganges, and Amazon. There are …

What Do Bees Eat?

Winged insects closely related to ants and wasps, bees represent one of the most vital groups of creatures on earth. Without their inadvertent pollination during feeding and foraging, many of our beautiful flowers would not exist, which would completely alter the global …

What Do Bats Eat?

All bats have powerful flight muscles (especially in the thoracic region) and are skilled at making complicated maneuvers. The skin covering their wings has raised domes, containing Merkel cells, which are touch receptors found in most mammals, including humans. During a bat’s …

What Do Mammals Eat?

Mammals are warm-blooded vertebrates whose bodies are covered in hair or fur. Female mammals have mammary glands that secrete milk for their young, and almost all give birth to live young. This class of animals includes about 5000 species, ranging from rhinos …

What do moths eat

Often confused with butterflies, moths are winged, mostly nocturnal insects that undergo complete metamorphosis. While DNA analysis suggests that butterflies may have evolved from moths, scientists classify these two kinds of insects separately within the order Lepidoptera. About 165,000 species of moths …

What do terrapins eat

What do Michelangelo, Leonardo, Donatello and Raphael have in common? Renaissance artists? But ask avid comic collectors and video games addicts and they’ll give you a different answer. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! That’s right. But we could actually put it into a …

What do slugs eat?

Slugs are gastropod molluscs which, unlike their cousin snails, are devoid of shell, or have small shells within their bodies. Gastropods are the second largest class in the animal kingdom, so these animals have so many relatives that one should not confuse …