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What animal or insect eats a barrel cactus?

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Answered 2010-11-25 05:00:47

many animals eat barrel cactus such as burrowing owls, badgers, ants, rodents, and humans. the barrel cactus is also known to get up to 11 feet tall and weight more then the average man. it has spines that are 3-4 inches and it's nectar is deadly to bats.

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