Top 10 Animals That Eat Grass

Western Gray Kangaroo: the western gray kangaroo grazes at night in groups of two to 15 in the woods, shrubs, and savannas of southern Australia. The reason the kangaroo can get nutrition.

Giant Panda: is famous for its black and white coloration, its black pompom-shaped ears, and all-around cuteness. The panda eats almost nothing but bamboo, a giant grass. 

Grass Skipper Caterpillars:chow down on such fancy plants as viburnum, milkweed, blueberry, blackberry, sassafras, witch hazel and wild and domesticated crucifers, the caterpillars of these plain.

Grasshoppers: with their famously powerful back legs, are partial to grasses, including quackgrass, junegrass, Johnsongrass, and even the Kentucky bluegrass of lawns. They are so partial to grass.

Mites: are invertebrates, but they are not insects. They are relatives of spiders, have eight legs, and even spin webs. The presence of these webs may be the first sign that a lawn has a mite problem

Canada Goose: familiar to most people through its brown body and its black neck and head with the white cheek patches that meet under the throat, are native to North America. 

 Geometric Tortoise:endemic to South Africa’s Cape Province, is a grass specialist. Indeed, the starry pattern of its domed shell probably evolved to camouflage it as it moves through the grasses.

Cattle and Other Ruminants:goats that are champions when it comes to the eating and digestion of grasses and other plant material. Cattle and sheep have the most sophisticated digestive systems.

 Volcano Rabbit: which grows from about 9 to 12 inches long and weighs between 13 and 12 ounces, gets its name because it lives in the forests in the volcanic region that surrounds Mexico City. 

White Rhinoceros:has a mouth that evolved to graze. This probably lead to its name, which was mistranslated from the Dutch “wijd” to “white.” “Wijd” means “wide” and describes the animal’s upper lip.

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