Deer, rabbits and Javalina are known to eat cactus. Cochineal insects consume prickly pear. Although the fruit – and water – inside a cactus is very desirable, the spines and stickers on a cactus’s skin serve to discourage animals from eating it, and thereby protect the plant. As far as I know, there are no animals that eat the stickers themselves.
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