WORLD'S FASTEST EATER
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What is the world's fastest eater?
The world’s fastest eater in the mammal category is the
Star-nosed mole. Research was published on this furry critter by Dr. Kenneth
Catania at Vanderbilt University in Tennessee that this incredible mole has an
average of 230 milliseconds of handling time for his food. The fastest time from
hand to mouth was 120 milliseconds.
The Star-nosed Mole known scientifically as
Condylura Cristata can be found in North America around eastern Canada and north
eastern United States. His meals consist of small invertebrates, worms, aquatic
insects, and mollusks. he loves swimming where he enjoys eating off the bottom
of ponds and streams. He does not tire and can be active day or night and during
all kinds of whether. This means he does not hibernate and can tunnel through
snow and swim in ice covered streams to find food.
The adult star-nosed mole on average is around 15
to 20 centimeters in length and weigh around 55 grams. They have 44 teeth!
The Star-Nosed Mole
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