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Though this category is titled “Wild-Life” we mainly focus on the food-web. Wild-Life refers to, in a sense, nature. We discuss how to get rid of frogs and many, many “what eats” to provide knowledge for consumers, such as yourself, with a vast amount of information pertaining the natural predator and prey relationship that embeds all organisms in one way or another.

As humans, we ourselves, are a part of wild-life. When you think of wild-life you think of untamed animals running around without much of a conscience. However, a couple thousand years ago, us humans interacted with animals more than ever and we still do! I personally don’t run into many undomesticated animals but others do and some even make a living with such a way. Our thirst for knowledge in regards to nature, and more specifically the food-chain, has only grown.

Understanding humanities ambitions to understand which animals eat a certain organism, what a certain animal will eat (even if it’s not another creature), and even how to get rid of certain animals from visiting your beloved home, Alicia-Online went on the journey of intense research to make your studies quick, easy, and reliable.

We intend to expand our website with more and more information so you, the reader, can satisfy your quest on obtaining information all right here in our Wild-Life category. Enjoy.

Lions – What They Eat and What Eats Them

Another article on what eats a common predator to many animals (in other words, a common predator for an animal at the top of the food-chain). To answer the question “what consumes lion” isn’t very hard because it’s quite a… Continue Reading →

What Eats Ticks and Where they Come From

Your pet may be a host, you may want to prevent ticks from becoming a concern in the first place, or you’re simply curious. We’ve spent our time to effectively research what eats ticks and give you the summary. Birds… Continue Reading →

The Predators and Prey of Baby and Adult Hawks

Similar to the wolf, the hawk is another one of the animals at the top of the food chain. Luckily for them, they have many animals to prey on but not as many predators. They’re one of the top-dogs in… Continue Reading →

Caterpillars – What Eat Them and Who They Prey On

It’s unfortunate that most of their defensive mechanisms don’t usually work. Depending on the type of caterpillar, whether they have sharp hairs or can blend into their background, caterpillars still get eaten. Who’s intelligent enough to get past their techniques?… Continue Reading →

What Eats Bats and Who Bats Prey On

Before getting into what eats bats, it’s good to understand a few things first. One, that bats are actually not as large as they appear to be, their body (excluding wings) are small to moderately sized. Two, bats are nocturnal… Continue Reading →

Owls – What They Eat, Who Eats Them, and Where They Live

I’ve always thought of owls as somewhat mysterious. A shape aliens take in some movies, the owl looking into a window at 2 am, the “hoot” you randomly hear. To be such a mysterious creature, the owl needs to eat… Continue Reading →

What Eats Deer and Who Deer Prey On

There are many different types of deer. Reindeer, elk, caribou, roe deer, and red deer are all just a few of the different breeds. The deer family has too many natural predators and because of so, they’ve adapted for their… Continue Reading →

The Predators and Prey of Different Crabs

Crabs. They’re yummy aren’t they? I personally never object to eating crab at a restaurant or a buffet. Dipping the meat into melted butter, quite the luxurious meal if you ask me. As a matter of fact, one of the… Continue Reading →

What Eats Shrimp and What Shrimp Consume

If you’re looking for one answer to ‘what eats shrimp’ then the response is me. I, among many other humans, consume shrimp – semi-regularly for most people. Shrimp catching has become common for recreational and commercial purposes (though mainly commercial)…. Continue Reading →

What Eats Jellyfish and What They Eat in Return

Though jellyfish are biologically 95 percent water they are still looked at as a meal by other sea-life. What eats jellyfish vary on the species of jellyfish. All of the jellyfish predators are part of the marine-life/marine food-web. It may… Continue Reading →

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