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Why does your mouth hurt after eating kiwi?

Your mouth hurts after eating kiwi because the structure of your mouth is made up of proteins and the kiwi has enzymes that destroy proteins inside of therefore the kiwi is de

Is it safe to eat kiwi peel?

  The kiwifruit skin is completely edible and even adds extra nutrition to the most nutrient dense fruit! There are consumers throughout the world that have been eating th

What are the eating habits of kiwi?

Kiwi primarily eat earthworms, fruit, seeds, fungi, insect larvae and other invertebrates. They have been known to eat eels, freshwater crayfish, small lizards and even frogs.

Can cockatiels eat kiwi fruit?

Yes. Cockatiels can eat kiwifruit.

What do kiwi eat?

Kiwi primarily eat earthworms, fruit, seeds, fungi, insect larvae and other invertebrates. They have been known to eat eels, freshwater crayfish, small lizards and even frogs.

Can you eat the seeds of a kiwi?

Yes, no problem with the seeds at all - much like in strawberries or bananas.

Can rats eat kiwi?

Depends on what you mean by 'kiwi': The Fruit. Of course! Rats can eat just about anything. The Bird. Depends on the rat. A common one I shouldn't think so, but a large one m

What animals eat kiwi birds?

The kiwi's predators include introduced animals such as ferrets, weasels, stoats, dogs, and cats. Dogs tend to kill but not eat the kiwi. Some animals such as weasels and rats

Can you eat kiwi bird eggs?

Whilst you can eat kiwi eggs, you may not eat them. Kiwi are endangered, and it is illegal to eat their eggs.

What eats the kiwi?

The main predators of a kiwi are introduced species, including  ferrets, stoats, wild pigs, cats, and dogs, although dogs tend to  kill but not eat the kiwi. Some animals su
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How do kiwi eat?

The kiwi has a unique way to locate and eat its food. Its nostrils are located at the tip of the beak, and it has a very highly developed sense of smell, being able to smell o