Is a Turtle a Omnivore?


Whether or not a turtle is an omnivore or not completely depends on the type of turtle. The tortoise is a herbivore. Aquatic turtles however, are carnivores. Their diet consists of primarily of meat. The semi-aquatic turtles are omnivores.
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