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If you tried to hand feed a wild fox, would it bite you?
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Asked in Care of Birds, Hummingbirds
How do you feed a bird?
It all depends on what bird you have, I had a parakeet so there were little buckets that you put in the cage and filled with bird feed. If it is a larger bird you can probably hold it out in your hand, obviously don't do this with small bird feed, but do this with something larger such as a grape. (I only say this because my bird loved grapes) If it is a smaller bird and it is a treat just put it in the cage (try to do this quickly, my bird was nasty and if she saw a hand she would tried to bite you, and she would bite with all of her birdy might!) If it is a humming bird maybe you could put something sweet like honey on your finger. Hope this helps!
Asked in Hamsters
Are hamsters harmful or helpful?
Asked in Example Sentences
Can you give me a sentence using the idom bite the hand that feeds you?
Asked in Venus Flytrap
Can a Venus Flytrap mutate and then bite your hand off?
Asked in Hamsters
Why does my friendly when out of the cage dwarf hamster only bite our hands when we feed him something in his cage and just have our hand in there with him?
Asked in Care of Horses
How do you treat horses?
With respect. A horse is a thousand-pound creature that will still follow it's instincts if necessisary. It could easily hurt you. Of course, it doesn't. Horses are amazing creatures. You should feed them in a dish or feed bucket and not by hand because if you keep feeding them treats by hand they might think that you have a treat when you don't and bite you. The horse doesn't mean to bite you, they just think yuou have a treat.
Asked in Chickens and Roosters, Animal Life
What if my tamed chicken follows me then bites my foot?
Asked in Guinea Pigs, Pigs
What if aguinea pig bites you when you hand feed them?
Asked in Red Eared Slider Turtle
Do red eared sliders bite?
They have the ability to bite and may bite your finger if you hand feed them or they are hungry and want food. My baby turtles bite me when they want attention :). They usually won't bite in defence, instead just hide in their shell. Red eared sliders do bite.......If you put a worm in front of their head. My sister did that with our turtle, Edward Twilight(my mom's idea, I dont like it), she had a hard time getting him to let go.
Asked in Guinea Pigs
Why does my guinea pig keep trying to bite my tongue also when i feed it when im holding it it eats but doesnt when its in its cage when im trying to feed it by hand?
I'm not sure about tying to bite your tongue, but i think the reason for the second part of your question is that your guinea pig feels more relaxed and protected when you are holding it. When it is in it's cage it could feel a bit scared, that or it knows that it has food in the cage so it doesn't have to eat out of your hand but when you are holding it, it has no other food source so it wants to eat out of your hand. Try stroking it in the cage whilst trying to feed it so it knows somebody is there... The answer to why it tries to bite your tongue is that it has made a game out of lunging toward the tongue when you stick it out. It gets a reaction and enjoys the game. Just don't offer your tongue and it won't try to bite it.
Asked in Fish, Freshwater Fish, Saltwater Fish
Can sturgeon bite?
Asked in Ducks
What do you feed ducks at the park?
i do feed ducks in the park. you should have some slices of left over/old bread or maybe even some crakers. make sure you dont feed them meat or they become cannibals. oh yeah, make sure you dont hand feed them or they bite you... ouch... and scatter them on the ground for best results! enjoy and you feed those ducks... yeah!!!!!!
Do macaws bite?
This is an often question that is raised. Wether its from the small 'Spix Macaw' to the great 'Blue and yellow Macaws', it entirely depends on its history of owners. If the Macaw was hand-reared, and received a lot of attention and company during its first years, it would be tamed and would not see the need to bite. Wild Macaws however, will bite if they feel they are in danger or their young is being threatened. This goes for every bird, hand-reared are obviously more tamed and will not bite regularly, wild Macaws or non-hand-reared Macaws will.