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Skunks are mammals best known for their ability to secrete a liquid with a strong, foul-smelling odor. Although the most common fur color is black and white, some skunks are brown or gray, and a few are cream-colored. All skunks are striped, even from birth. They may have a single thick stripe across back and tail, two thinner stripes, or a series of white spots and broken stripes (in the case of the spotted skunk). Some also have stripes on their legs.


What Do Skunks Eat?

What Do Skunks Eat?

Skunks are omnivores, they eat fruit, worms, insects, fish, snakes, birds, and small animals.

Skunks are omnivorous, eating insects, small mammals, small amphibians, small reptiles, berries, fungi, grasses, leaves, nuts and roots. They also frequently seek human garbage.

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