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What do arctic wolverines eat?

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Even though wolverines are known to be able to kill animals larger than themselves, they also feed on berries.

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it depends on the type of bird but the bigger birds of them will eat berries or dead carcases and insects and really anything they can find

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they eat meat and moose and sometimes calaban

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Mainly water plants and willows.

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voles eat lichens and grass

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