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United Nations, Jumada II 2, 1435, Apr 2, 2014, SPA -- Desperate villagers fleeing fighting across the South Sudan are eating grass and roots to survive as the U.
Patrons of the ministry believed eating grass is one way of demonstrating God's power, blessings and grace.
Answer: Grass is not very digestible so when dogs eat it, they usually follow this by vomiting up a pile of greens, although some canine grazers show no sign of gastric distress either before or after eating grass.
The risk increases in lambs that are old enough to be eating grass, especially among triplets.
Cows love to eat grass, and eating grass is not only good for cows but it is also good for consumer health and the environment.
Instead of eating grass in the field, she just sits outside the front door waiting for me to come home.
After India conducted Pokhran test in 1974, we decided to eat grass but have the bomb and since then we are eating grass, Aitzaz was quoted by media as saying.
The teeth of the perissodactyls are perfect for eating grass and plants.
The deer may have been irradiated after eating grass polluted with radioactive matter spewed from the stricken Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant, the Tochigi officials say.
Yet, destructive as their feeding may seem to be, the real problem is the mating, which leads to egg laying, which results in the grubs that will be eating grass roots for about the next eight months.
This may be an underestimate but it is worth noting that the same figures show 139 cases of equine grass sickness which is a peculiar and deadly condition which occurs in horses eating grass but almost never in horses fed only hay.
It seems to like sitting in the sunshine eating grass.