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Transcript of diet
The clouded leopard’s diet
includes birds, monkeys, pigs,
goats, deer, and porcupines.
A wild giant panda’s diet is almost exclusively (99 percent) bamboo. The balance consists of other grasses and occasional small rodents or musk deer fawns. In zoos, giant pandas eat bamboo, sugar cane, rice gruel, a special high-fiber biscuit, carrots, apples, and sweet potatoes.
Cooperative hunting enables lions to take prey as large as wildebeests, zebras, buffaloes, young elephants, rhinos, hippos and giraffes, any of which can provide several meals for the pride. Mice, lizards, tortoises, warthogs, antelopes and even crocodiles also form part of a lion's diet. Because they often take over kills made by hyenas, cheetahs and leopards, scavenged food provides more than 50 percent of their diets in areas like the Serengeti plains.
Zebras graze primarily on tough grasses, but they also browse on leaves, which may constitute up to 30 percent of their diet.
A dexterous trunk and large, rasping molars allow Asian elephants to gather and process a wide variety of vegetation, including grasses and herbs, leaves, fruit, farm crops, and bark.
Monkey eats Fruits, insects, small vertebrates. Leaves and shoots make up the remainder of their diet, supplemented occasionally by small animals, tree bark, and soils rich in minerals.
Giraffes eat the leaves of a variety of deciduous and evergreen trees and shrubs. Acacia species are among their favorites. An adult giraffe may consume up to 140 pounds of foliage a day.
Hippos are herbivores, so they eat mostly plant food to fuel their large frames. Grasses and fallen fruit make up the diets of wild hippos, while hippos who live in zoos usually dine on vegetables and brush.
The crocodiles eat small mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish, and invertebrates. Broad teeth in the back of their mouths may be an adaptation to facilitate the crushing of tough turtle shells.
Parrot has been formulated to be a balanced diet for Amazon Parrots and has the following ingredients: Apricot, Apple cubes, Pineapple, Banana Chips, Strawberry Pieces, Strawberry's Whole, Cranberry, Coconut Cubes, Mango, Peeled Pumpkin Seeds, Yellow Raisins, Sunflower, Striped Sunflower, Buckwheat, Safflower, Wheat, Paddy Rice, White Dari, Red Dari, Mung Beans, Peeled Oats, Hemp, Whole Maize and Locust Beans.