Which omnivores live in the ocean?


Omnivores that live in the ocean are lobsters, crabs, sea turtles, manatee and whales. An omnivore is a living creature who consumes a variety of foods in their diet; not just one food source. Lobsters will consume small bottom dweller fish, other small crustaceans and sometimes are scavengers of the sea.
Q&A Related to "Which omnivores live in the ocean?"
Goose barnacles are technically omnivores as they eat zooplankton in their sessile form, then herbaceous land plants in it's migratory form.
Omnivores are species that eat both plants and animals as their primary food
Carnivores - Sharks, Barricuda, Killer Whale, Squid, Octopus, etc. Herbivores - Zooplankton that eat phytoplankton, Omnivores - Larger filter feeding whales since they eat plankton
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