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The Derby eland is the largest species of antelope in the world. Males tend to be larger than females, weighing between 400 and 1000 kg. It is an herbivore, eating grasses, foliage and branches.
The domestic cat is a small, usually furry, domesticated and carnivorous mammal. The cat can suffer from a wide range of health problems, including infectious diseases, parasites, injuries and chronic disease. It is a common carrier of parasites such as worms and fleas.
Feeding waterfowl and other birds such as guinea fowl is a popular activity for some people. Tossing food like bread, table scraps, corn or popcorn attracts ducks, geese and other birds to places like dams, parks and ponds.
Grey squirrels are medium-sized tree squirrels. Males and females are similar in size and colour. They feed mostly on nuts, flowers and buds of more than 24 species of oak, 10 species of hickory, as well as pecan, walnut and beech species. They may build nests in buildings, destroying electrical wiring and woodwork.
Guttural toads are large toads that are very adaptable and can live in a variety of environments, which means they do not suffer much from habitat loss. They have no major predators and as their population increases, they are spreading through southern Africa.