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2011-02-18 13:18:47
2011-02-18 13:18:47

Many things will eat a sparrow - the obvious one is a sparrow hawk, but many other hawks will eat a sparrow.

Cats and foxes will eat a sparrow if they can catch it.


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If a poisonous snake or a constrictor type snake can catch a sparrow, it will kill and eat it.

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