frilled sharks eat poo and deadly gasses
animals that are alive eat frilled lizards :)
frilled neck lizards eat mainly arthropods. they also eat other smaller insects. eat spiders cicadas, termites, grasshoppers
the frilled lizard eats all of the same things of the normal lizard
Yes they can eat salamanders
it is to eat underwear
Frilled lizards are omnivores, they eat mainly insects but will also consume fruits and vegetables.
They eat food and protect themselves. =)
yes they do but what do wild lizzards eat
Yes, its very good
Frilled sharks have no predators. Humans do accidentally catch them very rarely, but when they do they are always dead, and even then they don't eat them anyway because frilled sharks aren't good food.
The frilled shark eats other fish, sharks and humans as well so be really careful when you see a frilled shark in the water.*_* Beware when you de said to get to capture it.GOOD LUCK WITH THAT.*_*
Frilled dragons have are mostly insectivorous. Their diet should consist of crickets, mealworms, superworms and other feeder insects. Some frilled lizards will accept small amounts of greens and certain fruits.
mostly insects such as meal worms
squid is the main source of food, although cephalopods, catfish, bony fishes and smaller sharks have been found in the stomachs of frilled sharks
The long jaws of the frilled shark are highly extendable with an extremely wide gape, allowing it to swallow whole prey over half its size. However, the frilled shark can not deliver a strong bite. Frilled sharks eat cephalopods (such as molluscs), osteichthyes (also known as bony fishes), and smaller sharks. The many needle-like teeth of the frilled shark are suited for ripping soft-bodied squid.
Most frilled lizards are in Australia.
A frilled has 6 gills
Frilled-neck lizards also known as frilled lizards or frilled dragons live in forest biomes in northern Australia but the forests have to be hot
the answer to the question "are frilled sharks dangerous to humans" is NO frilled sharks aren't dangerous to humans
The MAIN culprit - is temperature ! If the enclosure isn't warm enough, the reptile cannot digest its food. In which case it will not eat.