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How to Feed a Snail: 5 Steps. The following foods are safe for snails: ApplesApricotAvocadoBananaBlack BerryButternut squashDragon fruitGrapesKiwiMangoMelonNectarinesorangepapayaprickly pearpeachpearplumraspberrystrawberrytomatolettucebroccolitomato plant leavesspinachcabbagecucumbergreen beanslettucemushroomspeasWild berriespotatospinachsproutssweet cornsweet potatoturnipwatercressdandelion leaves [make sure you get them somewhere far from the road, vehicle fumes may make your snail sick, or kill it.]sunflower seeds [crushed and soaked]pumpkin seedsoatschicken scratch/mashcrushed and soaked snail shells give the snail calcium [which they need to have a strong shell]raw eggsbrown breadmilk powdersome raw meat that is cut into small pieces Wet or dry, crushed or whole: dog biscuits/cat treatstortoise food.

How to Feed a Snail: 5 Steps

Food-pet-snails-eat-3905. Polar Bear. Genus: Ursus Species: maritimus General Description: Polar bears are large bears.

Polar Bear

They have strong legs with large, flattened feet with some webbing between their toes that help with walking on ice and swimming. The wide paws prevent sea ice from breaking by distributing weight while walking. The webbed feet results in making polar bears, unlike other bear species, considered to be “marine mammals” along with seals, sea lions, walruses, whales and dolphins.

Taxonomically, however, they are still bears. Polar bears eat dolphins as Arctic warms. Norwegian scientists have seen polar bears eating dolphins in the Arctic for the first time ever and blame global warming for the bears expanding their diet.

Polar bears eat dolphins as Arctic warms

Polar bears feed mainly on seals but Jon Aars at the Norwegian Polar Institute has photographed dolphins being devoured by a bear and published his findings in the latest edition of Polar Research this month. “It is likely that new species are appearing in the diet of polar bears due to climate change because new species are finding their way north,” he told AFP. The first incident he documented was in April 2014 when his team came across a polar feeding on the carcasses of two white-beaked dolphins. Although dolphins are regularly seen in the Norwegian Arctic in the summer months when the ice has melted, they have never been observed during winter or spring when the sea is usually still covered in sheets of ice. “Even if they saw the bear, the dolphins did not necessarily have any other choice,” he said. What do Polar Bears Eat? Seaworld.

Food Preferences & Resources Polar bears feed mainly on ringed and bearded seals.


Depending upon their location, they also eat harp and hooded seals and scavenge on carcasses of beluga whales, walruses, narwhals, and bowhead whales. This polar bear is stalking a group of walruses that have hauled out onto the ice. On occasion, polar bears kill beluga whales and young walruses. When other food is unavailable, polar bears will eat just about any animal they can get, including reindeer, small rodents, seabirds, waterfowl, fish, eggs, vegetation (including kelp), berries, and human garbage.

Top 10 Facts About Possums in Australia. Possums along with kangaroos and koalas are iconic Australian fauna.

Top 10 Facts About Possums in Australia

Another Aussie icon, Dame Edna Everage, fondly used the term “Hello possums!” In her stage and TV shows. Australians have always lived alongside these small nocturnal marsupials benefiting from their silky smooth fur and leather. In 1837 possums were introduced into New Zealand to establish a fur trade. Unfortunately, with no predators and plenty of edible vegetation, possums have become such a problem in New Zealand that The National Possum Control Agencies was created in the early 1990s to control the problem. The two most widespread possum species in Australia: Of the 23 possum species known in Australia, there are two most likely to be thumping across your roof or growling in the darkness at night: The Common Brushtail Possum (Trichosurus vulpecular, from Greek and Latin which means “furry tailed little fox”) is a nocturnal, semi-tree dwelling marsupial in the Phalangeridae family.

What do possums eat? What Do Polar Bears Eat? Polar bears are among the largest carnivores in the world.

What Do Polar Bears Eat?

They live in the Arctic usually on sea ice at the edge of pack ice. This is the best location for the bears to hunt and capture seals. What Do Animals Eat? Snails can be found almost anywhere, as long as there is moisture and food for them to eat.

What Do Animals Eat?

They are also one of the easiest pets to keep, however you still need to provide a safe environment and habitat with the right level of moisture and food for them to survive. Snails can be found in your garden and brought inside to keep as pets. What Do Elephants Eat? Elephants are the largest terrestrial animals that exist in the world.

What Do Elephants Eat?

What Do Animals Eat? Earthworms can be found almost anywhere where there is moisture and decaying material.

What Do Animals Eat?

They have no arms or legs. There are approximately 2700 kinds of worms in the world. There can be a large number of worms in a specific area. With excellent conditions, lots of organic material and the right amount of moisture there can be approximately 1 million worms in 1 acre of land. Worms are good for the earth, adding nitrogen from their secretions as well as mixing the organic material and the earth to form a nutrient rich earth to grow plants and vegetables in the garden. What Do Possums Eat? Possums have adapted well to the expansion of human population.

What Do Possums Eat?

Dense urban environments bring an abundance of shelter as well as food sources. They are also sometimes referred to as Opossums. They will live under a deck, in underbrush, or even a hollow log. They are generally nomadic creatures. They do not spend much time in one place preferring to move every three or four days.