Animals That Eat Grass?


There are many different animals that eat grass and they include cows, buffalos, gazelles, zebras, goats, sheep and rabbits. They eat grass for survival and grass is also used as a habitat for different animals like ants.
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Animals that eat grass are often referred to as herbivores or herbivorous animals. They are anatomically and physiologically adapted to eat plants, algae and photosynthesizing bacteria. They are also referred to as primary consumers or autotrophs. Examples of these animals include deer, cows, panda and sheep. To find more animals you might want to visit the sites wikipedia or kidport.
Grass eaters or grazers, take a special kind of digestive system when that is all that they eat. Some grazers are horses, cows, camels, giraffes, bison, deer, and antelope.
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Animals like cats and dogs will eat grass if their stomachs are upset. This can happen from eating too fast, or eating something that didn't agree with them. They also will eat grass
About 93 percent of the bison's diet is grass, according to the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department website. A typical day for bison includes periods of both grazing and resting.
Many herbivores eat grass. Herbivores include varieties of livestock, such as horses, sheep and cattle, and animals such as zebras, kangaroos and wombats.
Alot of animals eat grass such as the kangaroo, cow, even cats & dogs will eat
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