Do Foxes Eat Cats?

do foxes eat cats

“Never trust a fox. Looks like a dog, behaves like a cat.” ~ Erin Hunter, Into the Wild From children’s stories to old proverbs, foxes are infamously known to be cunning predators. But what do foxes eat? And more importantly, do they eat cats? If you’re a cat owner and you live in an area … Read more

What Do Earwigs Eat?

what do earwigs eat?

We’ve all heard the old wives’ tales of ‘earwigs’ creeping into ears and feeding on human brains. While we can’t vouch for how true that story is, today we are going to discuss the actual diet of earwigs (aka: pincher bugs) and what they eat to survive in the world. Earwigs can be a huge … Read more

What Do Toads Eat?

what do toads eat?

We’ve all heard about toads, but we often confuse them with frogs. Toads and frogs are very similar, with a few distinctions, making it very hard to tell which ones which. Although most toads often prefer to stay in a dry environment, they start their early lives in water. However, in today’s article, we are going … Read more

What Do Yellow Jackets Eat and Drink?

what do yellow jackets eat

Nobody likes wasps. They sting and can create havoc if they have a nest nearby. Out of all the wasp types, yellow jackets are notoriously famous for their aggressiveness, painful stings, and quick invasions. The fact that you are here, reading this signifies you know what I’m talking about. But have you ever stopped and wondered: … Read more

What Do Scorpions Eat?

what do scorpions eat?

If you have an abhorrence towards an eight-legged anything, you are definitely not going to be pleased with these facts about scorpions. These fiery and feisty arachnids can be a real threat to humans as well as other animals. But how much does a scorpion live up to its notoriously terrorizing reputation? And most importantly, … Read more

What Do Stink Bugs Eat?

what do stink bugs eat?

Stink bugs are members of the insect order Hemiptera and the family Pentatomidae. These insects are large, oval, or shield-shaped and are good flyers. They get the name from the odor of the chemical they produce in the abdomen’s glands. Scientists suspect that this odor can be a defense against predators. Often confused with boxelder bugs, they are a … Read more