Bird an Omnivore Carnivore or a Herbivore?

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The question whether birds are omnivores, carnivorous or herbivorous depends entirely upon the species. Some are carnivores, such as eagles, hawks, vultures as well as fish-eating birds like kingfishers. Others are purely herbivores, such as parrots, lorikeets and finches while many more are omnivores such as emus and crows.
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Red-Throated Diver aka Red-Throated loon is an omnivore (Red-throated Loon is primarily a fish-eater, though it sometimes feeds on molluscs, crustaceans, frogs, aquatic invertebrates
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Carnivores eat flesh or meat, herbivores eat plants and omnivores feed on both
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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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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 >>
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