Guinea fowl eats
Guinea fowl eats different types of worms, insects, reptiles, spiders,
berries, seed, tubers, roots and grains. It can survive prolonged period
of time without water.
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animals who are widely accepted as being smarter than young children of
at least 3 years of age, dogs, and even some primates.
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once they sting. Queens have a stinger, but they don't leave the hive to
help defend it. It is estimated that 1100 honey bee stings are required
to be fatal.
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