Discover 10 Animals That Store Their Food

Squirrels: Squirrels are perhaps the most well-known food-storing animals. They hoard nuts and seeds in various.

Chipmunks: Similar to squirrels, chipmunks also store nuts and seeds in their cheek pouches and burrows for later consumption.

Beavers: Beavers are known to store branches and logs in underwater caches near their lodges to provide a food source during.

Crows: Crows are highly intelligent birds that are known to store food in various locations and remember where they have hidden it.

Blue Jays: Blue jays are known to cache acorns in the ground, often burying them for later use.

Hamsters: Hamsters are domesticated rodents that are known for their cheek pouches, which they use to store food in their burrows.

Ants: Certain species of ants are known to store food in their nests, often in the form of seeds, grains, or dead insects.

Woodpeckers: Woodpeckers are known to store insects, seeds, and nuts in crevices or holes in trees for later consumption.

Bowerbirds: Bowerbirds are known for their elaborate nests, which they decorate with brightly colored objects.

Kangaroo Rats: Kangaroo rats are desert rodents that are known for their ability to survive on very little water.

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