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Yes, if the liver is putrid it could poison an animal. Also the livers of some animals (eg that of a polar bear) contain so much vitamin A that if a human ate it (humans are animals) they would get vitamin A poisoning.
because they don't work as hard as humans do
Alligators and Crocodiles
humans ears are more sensitive because animals have super hearing
Squirrels need oxygen, just as humans do, so they breathe in air much the same way as humans do. Squirrel blood cells need oxygen to operate their muscels, bones, and anything else in their body, much the same need for oxygen in humans.
Every year, approximately 909,064 million tonnes is consumed.
On average, sardines can cost anywhere from $1 to $4 per can.
about 1,000,000,000,000,000,000 every 24 hour period in other words lots of it daily
I read somewhere online that 1400 million cups of coffee were consumed every DAY world-wide. I can't even imagine how much money that would add up to.
No electricity is consumed at a abattoir.
That depends on how often it is consumed and how much is consumed. The average is 30 days or less if a person doesn't consume it every day. However, for individuals who consume it every day it can remain in the system for as long as 90 days.
You could eat chips as a snack, but not every minute of the day that might be too much calories
United Kingdom Oil consumption is about 2 million barrels of oil a day.
ants bother pretty much every life form around them... kind of like humans ants bother pretty much every living thing... kind of like humans