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Does the kiwi eat?
Rabbits will eat any number of things (I knew a little boy who fed watermelon to his rabbit) but I wouldn't recommmend it. A rabbit should be fed a balanced diet of rabbit pel…lets. Many 'treats' can be given but should be limited. The best treats are sunflower seeds, carrots and orange wedges all in moderation.
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…stroying the proteins in your mouth. The pain should go away on about an hour or so. If pain continues into the next day consult your doctor to have an allergy test done.
Yes! Not only is the fruit itself rich in vitamins A, C, K and potassium, but the seeds are good for you as well. They are rich in an omega-3 fatty acid called alpha-linolenic… acid, which helps out your heart and brain and also helps regulate cholesterol. As a side note, the fuzzy skin is edible as well, although it is generally loaded with pesticides and other toxins that settle in through the air.
No. The acidity is bad for them. Many don't like the taste anyways
Yes, they can, but in very limited portions. Kiwi and other fruit, like banana, are not the best for rabbits. Rabbits should eat mostly hay, with some pellets and dark leafy g…reens daily, and water. Fruit in general can upset a rabbit's digestive system, possibly leading to G.I.Stasis (a sickness that will kill rabbits if not treated immediately). It's best to avoid fruit, and give more veggies instead. Only use fruit as a treat. Even many veggies should only be used as a treat. Fresh leafy greens like Romaine lettuce, carrot tops, and basil leaves can be eaten on a daily basis, but most other vegetables (like carrot) should be considered a treat. There are many plants (fruits, veggies) that are toxic to rabbits so always do research first. See the related question below for more details.
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.… The kiwi is unique in having its nostrils located at the tip of the beak, and it has a very highly developed sense of smell, being able to smell out food beneath the surface of the ground. Kiwi will dig their beaks into the ground to a depth that extends the entire length of the bill in order to find earthworms and other invertebrates.
no.. lol Actually yes, chickens will eat just about any and all fruit. It will not harm them and they will benefit from the vitamins.
No, chickens can't eat kiwi skin
you can eat as many as you want as they are healthy and wont harm you
No. Firstly, kangaroos are purely herbivorous and do not eat meat of any type. Secondly, these creatures do not live on the same island or continent. Kangaroos are found in Au…stralia and kiwis are found in New zealand.
Kiwi fruit "skin" is high in phenolic compounds, such as flavanoids, which have antioxidant properties. Flavanoids, as in kiwi "skin", have potential anticancer, antiinflammat…ory and antiallergenic properties. BTW - The kiwi is also called "actinidia deliciosa" or "Chinese gooseberry". It�s originally from China, but is also widely cultivated in New Zealand. In fact, it�s New Zealanders who named the fruit "kiwi" after the national emblem of the country, a tail-less bird with a long beak. Edit - Yes, the skin of kiwi fruit is edible.
The flightless bird called the kiwi does not eat lamb. The kea eats sheep and lambs.
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…ch as weasels and rats are thought to eat the kiwi eggs.
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…ut food beneath the surface of the ground. Kiwi will dig their beaks into the ground to a depth that extends the entire length of the bill in order to find earthworms and other invertebrates. The kiwi bird has a long, pointed and slightly curved beak, specially adapted for the capture and consumption of insects and small organisms that are found on the ground, as the kiwi cannot fly. They then grasp the food with their long beak before swallowing it.
Yes, my brother and sister do it all the time. I think it is disgusting.