Fly's, Butterfly's and ladybugs are a few examples of animals with taste buds on their feet!Butterfly
No. Since new birds are hatched every year, the young ones won't know that monarchs taste so bad. Also, the viceroy butterfly looks like a monarch. Birds eat it and it tastes good. So if that bird sees a monarch it thinks is a viceroy butterfly, it'll eat it.
One plant that tastes like mint is the Peppermint Plant it's leaves are used to make actual peppermints.
Irritability is the ability of an organism to respond to stimulus. So a cockroach moving out of light is an example of the insect responding to light. Adaptation is a beneficial change that is maintained via natural selection. One of these is mimicry, where the viceroy butterfly looks like a monarch butterfly, which enables it to escape predation, because birds know that a monarch butterfly tastes horrible.
The four basic tastes are bitter tastes, sweet/sugary tastes, salty tastes and sour tastesSweet, Salty, Sour and Bitter.
There isn't really a butterfly in Brazil that smells or tastes like chocolate. However, the Archaeoprepona demophoon is a chocolately brown color & smells like vanilla, probably due to it's food source.
Chocolate that smells and tastes so good you can wear. Don't ask for less, buy a chocolate dress! Where fashion and culinary delight combine!
That's a really odd question. Never been asked that before. My guess is that it smells like milk. Try chocolate milk, it tastes better. LOL
No! It tastes how it smells. P.S not that I know.
It smells and tastes NASTY.
Smells and tastes.
a squirrel smells like how it tastes.
it tastes like chocolate
smells sharp and tastes sour
depends if it tastes good
because spinach tastes bad and chocolate tastes yummy and scrummy. this was proven by me, Adam age 5