Are Ants Herbivores or Carnivores?

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Ants are primarily omnivores, eating both plants and animals if possible. There are certain types of ants, such as the odontamachus, which are carnivorous, and leaf cutter ants, which are herbivores.
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Herbivores are plant eating animals. Carnivores are meat eating animals. Omnivores are meat and plant eating animals.
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The arrangement of teeth in the oral cavity is one of the major differences between carnivores, herbivores and omnivores. Carnivorous animals tend to have wide mouths in relation
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Trophic level (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tro...) is a good way to explain the relationship between carnivores and herbivores. Plants (and algae and other autotrophs) produce the
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Order Carnivora
The Order Carnivora is the result of a great radiation of mammals that ate meat. But not all meat eaters are in this order; carnivorous species can certainly be found among, for example, the marsupials, bats, primates, cetaceans... More >>
Whether ants are herbivores or carnivores depends on the type of ant one is talking about. There are several that are herbivores. There are also many others that are carnivores by nature.
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