Pandas are herbivorous animals that primarily consume bamboo as their main source of food.
Goats are known for their ability to consume a wide variety of plant-based foods including grasses, leaves, and even woody shrubs.
Deer primarily consume leaves, twigs, and buds of trees and shrubs, as well as grasses and other low-lying vegetation.
Cows graze on grass and other plant-based foods, and are important sources of milk, and other dairy products for human consumption.
Horses primarily consume grass and hay, and are known for their ability to graze on a variety of plant-based foods.
Gorillas primarily consume leaves, stems, and fruit of a variety of plants, and are the largest living primates known for their strength and intelligence.
Koalas primarily consume eucalyptus leaves, which provide them with both water and nutrients in their native habitats in Australia.
Zebras graze on a variety of grasses, and their unique black-and-white striped pattern is thought to help deter predators and regulate their body temperature in the hot African savanna.
Elephants consume a variety of plant-based foods, including leaves, bark, roots, and fruits.
Kangaroos primarily consume grasses and other low-lying vegetation, and are known for their powerful hind legs and ability to hop long distances.