No butterflys do not have teeth and do not chew their food but they have a tongue that they can drink from
A butterfly is the mature (final) stage of the life cycle of the insect. Butterflies can sip nectar but their mouth parts can not chew food. In the immature stages butterfly caterpillars do have mouth parts for chewing food and they do indeed chew food.
False, butterflies do not have teeth.
Butterflies do not have teeth so therefore they cannot chew. They exist on a liquid diet of nectar and water that they suck up through a tube called a proboscis.
A hawk has a beak and therefore can not chew food, to chew food you need teeth to chew with.
Fish can chew on food, they can only chew on small soft pieces because the have small teeth that let the chew their food.
seahorses do not chew their food because they do not have teeth
yes they do chew there food until it is the size they want it. but some alligator dont chew ther food.
it helps you chew it helps you chew
Sharks don't chew their food as they don't have molars (chewing teeth) to chew with.
It is recommended that humans chew their food thoroughly.
butterflies are part of the food chain
Happen to the food is melted the food and it soft that soften the food answer 1.melted 2.soften 3.chew and chew the food become small.
butterflies get their food by sucking nector from flowers.beetles get their food by sucking blood.
butterflies taste their food from their feelers and see if its ok to eat.
Yes, butterflies are able to taste their food. They do so with their feet.
Butterflies suck up nectar from flowers using their tube-like mouth part. They do not have teeth, so can't chew!
No dolphins chew their food. They just use their teeth to grasp food and then they swallow it.
they use their teeth to grab their food and they don't chew their food
So you can chew your food and talk. So you can chew your food and talk.
they dont chew there food they much it up in there mouth
The side teeth known as molars are used to chew food.
Depending on what kind of animal you are talking about, the answer varies. Most animals do chew their food. Animals such as snakes, dolphins, lizards, birds, and insect-eating bats do not chew their food. MABYE animals somtimes chew their food, but they usally gulp it. MABYE animals somtimes chew their food, but they usally gulp it.