Most animals have different adaptations that are used to hunt, gather, and consume their food. Some of these adaptations could be their paws and hands, their teeth, other mouth parts, or their beaks. We’ve provided several examples including squirrels, butterflies, moths, spiders, birds, and another surprise animal.
Depending on the species, birds attack and eat their prey in different ways. All birds have specialized beaks depending on the food they eat. For example, birds that eat fish have long , straight beaks; ones that eat mice have hooked beaks and extremely sharp talons; and birds that eat berries, nuts, and worms have strait short beaks to pull the worms out of the ground.