No black bears eat berries,honey,grubs, and ants more than they do moths because there easier to get a hold of than moths are
Dig underground + eat insects = eat grubs Grubs are a great source of fat. Good for hibernation. Eat grubs if you get lost in the wild :)
Witchetty grubs are the larva of several types of moths. They are large and edible. They taste like almonds when they are eaten raw. Curl grubs look like witchetty grubs.
what the heck do witchetty grubs eat
Yes chickens eat grubs!
That's a disgusting question.
Yes, grubs do eat plants, such as roots, and lettuce.
Yes, and owl does eat grubs. It eats Berries, grubs, fish, rodents, insects, etc.
Baby moths eat wood and grown-up moths eat cotton
No. Spiders eat moths.
they do not eat because they have no moths
Neither are safe, and have been contaminated.
tiger moths ,(,like most moths ,adult moths) drink nectar ,baby moths eat clothes.
Start with grass roots - white grubs, sod web worms eat the grass Beneficial nematodes eat the grubs/worms - raccoons eat grubs/worms - wasps lay eggs in grubs - moles eat grubs/worms - starlings (a bird) eats grubs Red tailed hawks and some owls will eat moles, raccoons will eat bird eggs (the starling)
No. Witchetty grubs are the larvae of cossid moths. See the related link. Curl grubs turn into Christmas beetles and other scarab beetles. See the related links.
yes moths can eat leaves
Brown moths eat nectar.
No, bats do eat moths though.
flying moths eat bugs.
Moths eat nectar and other fluids. Bats, birds and spiders eat moths
Moths do not eat any insects! they eat silk only!
moon moths do not eat anything they have no mouth.
frogs eat insects, such as moths
yes grubs are one of many bugs box turtles eat in the wild.
Yes ,some moths eat cotton plant .Moths will only eat cotton if it is blended with an animal fiber.