How much does an ostrich eat daily?
An ostrich eats about 8 pounds of food per day. They also require small quantities of water.
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Tigers can eat up to 70 pounds of meat in a day.
An ostrich eats mostly vegetation, including fruits, seeds, leaves, and sprouts, but sometimes eat insects and lizards.
They eat when ever they come across food.
Ostriches are omnivores and feed on plant vegetation such as seeds, grains, fruit, shoots, leaves and flowers. They may also feed on large insects such as locusts. Because ost…riches do not have teeth, they need to swallow small stones and pebbles to help grind up the food and aid in the digestion process. The average adult ostrich tends to carry about 1 kg of stones in its stomach. Ostriches are able to go without water for several days, getting all their moisture needs from the food they eat.
A baby scorpion eats loads of micro crickets. A adult scorpion eats loads of meal worms.
It depends on how hungry you are..........
Humans do, actually we eat their eggs and their meat. But since the Ostrichs live in the Savanah, the only thing that would probably eat them is a cheetah or lion, or some sor…t of cat that lives out there. They can atleast outrun the ostrich.
Ostriches are omnivores. They eat fruit, seeds, leaves, shoots, and shrubs as well as insects and lizards. They get the water they need from the plants they eat. They also swa…llow stones to help them digest their food.
It depends on what kind of dog it is. For example, my dog is a Shitz Tzu- Bichon and eats 1/2 a cup in the morning and then another in the evening.
this depends on the size of the person, a man can consume 3500 cal. per day if he is active, a woman 2500 cal. if she is active, if not reduce by 500 cal. per day.
About 1.5% to 2% of their body weight in grass or grass hay. Then they may eat a couple more pounds of grain if they need it to balance their work load.
They mainly feed on seeds, shrubs, grass, fruit and flowers, as well as locusts and other small insects.
In Mice and Rats
one or two pounds of grain
It depends on the seahorse.