caribou and musk oxen
the answer is the animal is a herbivore, and eats grasses, lichens and mosses
The most common animal to eat lichens in the tundra is the caribou (reindeer) and its favorite lichen is reindeer moss
Dall Sheep, woodland Caribou, Raindeer, Artic Lemmings, etc.
Lichens can be found all over the entire world. two animals that eat the Lichens are Caribou and Reindeer.
an animal eats the plankton, another animal eats that animal, another animal eats that animal, and so on
An animal that eats plants is called a Herbivore. A carnivore is an animal that eats meat.
What animal eats a crow
A carnivore, which eats meat.
None. Every animal either eats plants, or eats another animal that eats plants, or eats another animal that eats another animal that eats plants.
variety of herbaceous plants, lichens, mosses, and tree leaves and bark
If you mean by consumer, what the Yak eats, then grasses, lichens, mosses
It eats bird's egg,lichens,mosses generally.
Carnivore= animal that eats other animals Herbivore= animal that eats plants Omnivore= animal that eats both animals and plants ( humans)
the panda is the animal that eats bamboo
No, a carnivore is an animal that eats flesh.
An animal that eats animals exclusively is called a carnivore. An animal that eats both meat and plants is an omnivore. An animal that eats plants is called herbivore. Therefore, if an animal eats only animals, it's a carnivore. It is called life. when an amimal eats another animal that eats only vegitation, it is called the natural cycle of the food chain.
An omnivore is an animal that eats both plants and meat. A carnivore is an animal that just eats meat. A herbivore is an animal that eats just plants.
No animal eats a vulture hey girl
what animal eats a baobab tree
an animal that only eats meat is a carnivore, an animal the only eats vegetation is a herbivore and an animal that eats both is called an omnivore :)
It comes from Lichens a form of fungus.
an animal that eats birds is a cat! la da