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What does grassland animal eat?

don't put grass

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Grass,weeds and plants.

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roots berries leaves

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Spike_The_Hedgehog

Grass and roots, and berries, and leaves, and ferns, and water, and French fries!

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SuperGeek64

Wild hotdogs.

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Wgat DO grassland animals eat?

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You're fighting a losing battle, most here can barely read, and you want them to spell correctly? lmao.
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Rusty funny
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ultimate cheeseburger with large fries and a large dr.pepper

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DIET dr. pepper......they have to out run the lions.
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oh snap thats true haha
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Grass. Ooops. Can't say that. In that case, nothing because grass and leaves is about all they eat.

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Grass :P

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Grass!

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Anything green or brown

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Grasslands are full of life, with many animals that rely upon the abundant resources of grasslands to provide them with food, shelter and a place to reproduce.

The diversity of plant species allows a wide variety of plant-eating insects to thrive there and the fact that most of the plants are grasses means that grass-eating herbivores in particular can be found in this kind of habitat.Deer, for example, are frequently found grazing on grasses and they are one of the few mammals that has the ability to digest grass leaves. There are also many small mammals that specialize in eating grass seeds, especially mice and voles (voles resemble mice but do not have a long tail tail).Rabbits are also common in grasslands and this abundance of rabbits, mice and voles makes grasslands ideal hunting grounds for birds of prey, also known as 'raptors', that patrol these habitats for signs and sounds of small mammals.

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There's a big clue in your question. Is this one of them riddles?And if you see the "g"word, remember, it didn't come from me. just fun!

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Not grass eh? Thats pretty much all they eat, besides other shrubs that may grow in the area, unless your talking about carnivores and insect eaters.

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Either grass or each other.

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idk GRASS mabey.

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