What eats flies?

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A frog is known to eat flies as part of its diet. Frogs eat many other insects other than flies, but flies are its primary food source. Frogs must sometimes climb trees to reach flies.
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Flies eat just the same as any human or animal eats, through its mouth. Even though the mouth is so small that it is not visible to the human eye unless under a microscope, they still
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Venus flytraps are smallish plants, only growing about 5 inches wide. The traps are easy to spot: they have two special leaves that close to form the shape of a very small calzone
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Different kinds of flies, of coarse, eat different kinds of things. However, if you are talking about house flies, they will eat almost anything. Whatever they eat can't be unnatural
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Flies are low on the food chain and are eaten by many different animals. Larger insects such as spiders use them for food, as do snakes, frogs, and birds. Even larger animals, such as housecats, will occasionally chase and eat a fly.
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