Facts About Herbivore

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Herbivores are animals or insects that are only dependent on plants for food. In addition to this, herbivore only eats plants that need photosynthesis(a process of making food through sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide) to live.
Examples are rabbits, cows, zebra, and deer except for insects, spiders, fish, or animals.

Characteristics of Herbivore 

  1. Herbivores are animals that nourish on plants and fruits.
  2. The largest herbivore on earth is the African elephant
  3. These animals have wide, unsharpened teeth that help them to pull the plants from the ground.
  4. They have high energy demands (ample energy)
  5. They range in size from tiny insects such as aphids to big lumbering elephants.
  6. Some herbivorous animals eat eggs and other animal protein.
  7. Some animals are frugivorous because they eat only fruit.
  8. Herbivores can often possess multiple stomachs. They have four stomach chambers such as camels, deer, sheep, giraffes, and cattle.
  9. Herbivores get energy directly from the source, which makes them bigger than carnivores.
  10. They have a much longer digestive tract.

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 Amazing facts about Rabbits

  1. Small herbivores include rabbits, chipmunks, squirrels, and mice.
  2. A male rabbit is known as a “buck.” Like deer, a female rabbit is a “doe”
  3. A bunny’s big ears aren’t for listening but they can rotate almost a full circle to 270 degrees.
  4. The gross thing about rabbits is that they eat their poop
  5. Like Cats, rabbits also groom themselves.
  6. Rabbits can’t vomit because they have a thin weak diaphragm that lacks the strength to vomit.
  7. Furthermore, some rabbits are as big as a toddler.
  8. A rabbit’s teeth never stop growing.
  9. Rabbits are very smart bunnies. They are capable of using logic to solve problems and are taught tricks.
  10. Apart from this, they can also learn many human words. This makes them great companion pets.
Facts About Herbivore

Interestingly, Rabbits sleep with their eyes open, so it can be difficult to tell if they’re awake or asleep.

Facts about Cows

Facts About Herbivore
  1. A cow has 32 teeth and they chew about 50 times in a minute.
  2. The stomach of a cow can hold up to 50 gallons of food that have been partially digested.
  3. Female cattle are known as cows, and male cattle are Bulls.
  4. They are highly social animals and intelligent creatures. In addition to this, cows have great memories, they can remember for a long period.
  5. Cows are good swimmers. Along with cattle can jump two or three feet off the ground. However, larger breeds can jump over five feet high in extreme circumstances.
  6. Besides that, cows don’t sleep very much.
  7. Cows can see almost 360 degrees, but not very well straight in front of them.
  8. Whereas cows show their affection by licking you or by following you.
  9. Cows can see better in the dark than humans
  10. The natural life expectancy of dairy cattle is approximately 20 years

Facts about Deer

Facts About Herbivore
  1. First and firemost, the deer’s eyes are on the side of the head.
  2. Furthermore, deer have great hearing senses. 
  3. They have an impressive sense of smell. Also, their senses can catch predators from far distances.
    In addition to this, they keep their noises moist by licking them which sticks odor.
  4. There are over 60 different species of deer worldwide.
  5. While a male deer is known as a buck but some larger males are referred to as stags.
  6. All species of deer have antlers, except the Chinese water deer.
  7. Each year, antlers fall off and regrow.
  8. Male deer grow antlers every year. 
  9. Deer can run up to 30 miles per hour to escape.
  10. Last but not least, fawns do not have a detectable smell. 

Facts about Zebras

Facts About Herbivore
  1. There are 3 species of zebra in the wild. Each species have unique kinds of stripes
  2. The Grévy zebra was named after a former King Jules Grévy.
  3. However, a group of zebras is called a ‘zeal’ which is led by a stallion (male zebra).
  4. Zebras stripes are unique like fingerprints.
    Interestingly, each zebra has its unique striped pattern that means no two zebras in the world are even the same.
    Apart from this, zebra stripes are most likely a form of pest control.
  5. Moreover, they can run up to 65km per hour.
  6. While newborn foals can stand after six minutes.
  7. They are great climbers and very social animals.
  8. A zebra can rotate its ears in almost any direction
  9. They are very courageous animals and are not afraid to attack predators. In addition to this, they are always on the lookout for danger.
  10. Their life span is 20 years in the wild and up to almost 40 years in zoos.
  11. Like horses, zebras sleep standing up during the day while at night they lie down.

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