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Human beings, of course.

Not even locusts can do what we do.  :O

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:Dlol

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Dear Suyanto Tirta,

I will nominate two animals for your list of most voracious:

1. Tasmanian devil, which can eat up to 40% of its body weight in just 30 minutes.

2. The hummingbird, which has such a high metabolism that it must eat every ten minutes!

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http://hiddenmystory.blogspot.com/2011/11/ten-most-voracious-animal-world.html

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POLITICIANS!!!!!!

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@ Rooster,

Yes, they are creatures all right.

But living?  More like the undead. :O

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I think that homo sapiens comes first, but if referring to other animal species, some have also a "big appetite" - from the biggest ones like whales and elephants, to small species, like bats, shrews, birds like humming birds with high energetic needs, amphibians or insects, or species feeding on less nutrient food, like pandas, koalas, etc., or on irregularly available food, like various predators, from sharks to tasmanian devils, African wilddogs, hyenas, gluttons (wolverines), badgers, prey birds and vultures, reptiles, etc., or animals going through longer periods without food, like hibernating species, i.e. bears, marmots, etc.:

http://www.bbc.com/earth/story/20170410-the-blue-whale-is-not-the-only-animal-with-a-huge-appetite

http://www.top10listland.com/top-10-animals-that-can-survive-without-food/

Further, there are certain rather unpleasant insect species, like mosquitoes and other blood-sucking creatures - and even useful ones like leeches (sanguisuga) ...


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