What do aye-aye mainly feed upon?

fruits
fish
insects
blood
Aye-aye fill the same eco­log­i­cal niche as a wood­peck­er and have their hands spe­cial­ized for this role. The third finger, which is thinner than the others, is used for tapping and groom­ing, while the fourth finger, the longest, is used for pulling bugs out of trees. This foraging method is called per­cus­sive for­ag­ing.

Answers distribution

fruits
fish
insects
blood
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flagFinland
0%
0%
98%
1%
62
flagthe United Arab Emirates
0%
0%
96%
1%
52
flagSwitzerland
4%
0%
90%
4%
21
flagItaly
7%
1%
88%
1%
54
flagGreece
4%
0%
85%
9%
21
flagthe Netherlands
9%
1%
81%
7%
81
flagthe United States
14%
2%
75%
6%
311
flagSpain
18%
0%
74%
7%
27
flagthe United Kingdom
11%
2%
73%
12%
406
flagSweden
18%
0%
72%
8%
37
flagRepublic of Ireland
21%
2%
71%
4%
46
flagGermany
16%
5%
69%
8%
194
flagPoland
15%
3%
68%
12%
15374
flagAustria
13%
0%
66%
20%
15
flagIndia
21%
5%
64%
9%
76
flagUkraine
10%
3%
63%
23%
30
flagFrance
23%
5%
61%
10%
39
flagUnknown
24%
5%
52%
17%
1006
flagRussia
33%
0%
46%
20%
15
flagNorway
32%
8%
44%
16%
25

Gender

men66%
women69%
fruits
16%
15%
fish
3%
3%
insects
66%
69%
blood
12%
12%

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