Which omnivores live in the ocean?

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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.
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