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@Colombo explains one reason that I think is obvious. However, there has been some research done on this. One other reason is because it would provide an evolutionary advantage in environments where calories are scarce. Also, sugar actually acts like a pain reliever. Studies show that giving sugar to babies and children during surgery act like a pain ...


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It's only a partial answer, but a Nile crocodile can eat up to half its body weight at a sitting, according to National Geographic. Since few freshwater fish weigh half as much as a crocodile, we can probably assume these croc feasts occur when they're able to ambush ungulates (e.g. zebras and antelope). So one guess is that a crocodile feasts on ungulates ...


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Some animals do like; Ants prepare their meat not by heating but by marinating it with digestive enzymes to create a glistening protein slurry. With their hourglass figures, adult ants have such tiny waists that solid food can't pass through to their abdomens. Biologists already knew that the blob-shaped larvae predigest meat. Some scientists had suggested ...



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