What Is a Plant and Meat Eater Called?

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A plant eater is called a herbivore. A meat eater on the other hand is known as a carnivore. An animal that eats both plants and meat is referred to as an omnivore (humans fall in this category).
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Plant eaters are called herbivores.Meat eaters are call carnivores. Both plant and meat eaters are called omnivores.You get that?
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A giraffe is an example of a plant eater and a wolf is an example of a meat eater.
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carnivores.
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Hi Tarjeem, Those are indeed the correct scientific classifications, but those are used to refer to animals. Technically, humans in general are omnivores, yes, but you wouldn't use
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