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Worm bird cat dog
Around my house the chan is worms eat dirt birds eat worms and plates brake down died birds
I found a worm a bird
So, I discovered a lot of interesting information about the snail.
First, it appears that this is actually an invasive species. And invasive species is a species that is not native to the ecosystem, and causes harm to native plants and animals of the ecosystem. This is a big problem in Michigan!
The snail I discovered is called "The Heath Snail." The dark spiral bands are a dead giveaway. Heath snails are considered pests because they can damage crops. The were originally found in Southern Germany, but have since migrated to our part of the world.
According to the website "Snail World," the following things eat snails:
"Among the predators are flies, mites, nematodes, millipedes, centipedes, some caterpillars and fireflies, leeches, beetles and their larvae, rats, mice, weasels, squirrels, toads, salamanders, turtles, blackbirds, wild turkeys and other birds.
My food chain would look like this Beans>Snail>Mice>My Cat.
Or this: Wheat>Snail>Toads>My Cat.
Or even this: Grains>Snail>Squirrels>My Cat.
So, as you can clearly see, my cat is at the top of the food chain :)
Here are my sources in case you wish to research the heath snail further!
I found pill bugs under the bark of a log in my woods and they eat dead leaves and grasses. Pill bugs get eaten by spiders, birds, toads, and frogs. I was wondering how many legs pill bugs have, and I got the answer of 7 pairs. Pill bugs are also called Rollie pollies. Although they are called Pill bugs, they are not bugs. They are crustaceans.
Wow this is fantastic Olivia! It's interesting to know that they are in the crustacean family. So, in a way, the pill bug is a relative of the lobster! How extraordinary. Thanks for sharing the interesting facts.
I thin k it is pretty fascinating. I can learn a lot from just that paragraph.
I find a a snail under a tube snails eat garden stuff and crops and birds eat snail a interesting fact was that other animals have shell like crab and other stuff
I found a snail on my porch. Snails eat weeds and leaves. Mice eat snails. Cats eat mice. Coyotes eat cats.
I found a raccoon next to my barn and raccoons eat mostly left overs and hawks eat raccoons
I’ve seen lots of insects around my house I’m not sure what kind of insects they are.
I found a wooly bear caterpillar near a ditch . I found out that they eat clovers and that they are eaten by some types of birds . Some people also say that depending on if the caterpillar has more orange or black they will tell you if the winter is going to be long or short.
I’ve seen turkeys in my backyard, turkeys eat grass and hawks eat turkeys. I wonder what eats hawks
I found a worm in my garden in front of my house. I found out that they eat leftovers like apple peals. They also eat dirt or mud
Trash, Berries, Nuts, grains, vegetables, Insects ,egg and poultry.
Hawks, Owls, human, snakes , Wolves, cougars Bobcats lynxes.
Yesterday I found an earthworm eating some leaves. This morning, I saw that some Robins where eating some Earthworms. We have some squirrels in our yard, in which they sometimes prey on Robin eggs. Our neighbors cat sometimes comes into our yard, and might eat the squirrels, or the birds.
I found a Barn Swallow nest in my barn. Barn Swallows eat flies, moths, beetles, and crickets. Squirrels, cats, bobcats, and raccoons eats young Barn Swallows and Barn Swallow eggs.
Tree grows acorns, squirrels eat acorns, dogs tries to catch squirrels but fails
Worm bird cat
dead grass earthworm bird snake eagle/hawk
I found some ladybugs eating some plants, and so I did some research and found out that ants eat ladybugs.
Corn cows people
Corn the cows eats chop and corn silage
To make them fat
Then they butcher to make meat for people to eat.
Fun fact: Many cow have spots but no two cows have exactly the same pattern of spots.🐮
The worm gets eaten by and robin the robin get eaten by the fox the fox gets eaten by the coyote Then it repeats
The sun gives our chery tree light so it can have cheries then the birds eat the food off of the tree so the bird can eat live and reproduce
I found earthworms in my backyard. I found robins and other small birds eating worms. I found that a bigger bird like a hawk would eat the robin. I also remember that fungus like mushrooms decompose dead animals like the hawk when it dies. There is also scavengers that feed on leftover carcasses of animals. Then eventually mushrooms and bacteria will break down dead animals and plants an the food chain would start over again. From earthworms to hawks. I also remember that only 10% of the energy of the getting eaten is transferred to the thing doing the eating. Also I found after it rains robins and other birds will come after its done. I think they come because the worms come up from the ground. The worms come up from the ground because the rain water would flood the dirt and tunnels they dig. They don’t want to drown so they come up. The robins have the perfect chance to snatch them up into their beaks. I also found robins will stamp the ground to make vibrations that make the earthworms think that its raining. So the worms come up again thinking that its raining. Robins must have learned that they come up from the ground when it’s raining. They must have adapted to stamp the ground and come when its raining. No wonder people say “ The robin in the rain!”
Around my house, we find a lot of mice. Usually dead, or turned into an owl pellet. We find snakes a lot, and owl pellets mean owls. So our food chain eats a lot of mice, and the mice eat a lot of greens all around our house.
I found earth worms. They eat nutrients from the ground. A bird eats earth worms. A cat eats birds.
Our cow eats hay or grass and then humans eat the cow’s meat
I found these animals/food/me grain, chickens, me, bugs, pebbles(my dog),
why do chickens eat chickens/Chester’s chicken?
Answer: chickens are omnivores, they eat plants and meat. They don’t know your leftovers are chicken to them its just meat.
I found the answer on hobby farms.com
I found a beetle under a log and it it was in my woods
Dannyleins = crickets =birds = vultures