What Is an Omnivore?

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Omnivores are animals that eat either plants or other animals. However, it is important to note that they do not eat all types of plants since unlike herbivores, omnivores can't digest some of the substances in grains. Bears and pigs are some examples of omnivores.
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Predators are animals that hunt and kill other animals for food. Both carnivores and omnivores can be predators. The other classification of carnivores and omnivores is scavengers
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A animal that eats plants or meat, they find herbevores for meat,but get killed by carnivores that only eat meat
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noun The quality or condition of being voracious: avidity, edacity, rapaciousness, rapacity, ravenousness, voracity. See desire.
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Omnivore: (noun) 1. an omnivorous (diet includes plants & animals) person or
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om·ni·vore
[om-nuh-vawr, -vohr]
NOUN
1.
someone or something that is omnivorous.
2.
an omnivorous animal.
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An omnivore refers to a kind of animal that eats both animals and plants. Some omnivores will hunt and eat their food, such as carnivores, eating herbivores and other omnivores while others are scavengers and will eat dead matter.
An omnivore is an animal or creature which consumes a variety of diet including plants and meat or flesh produce. An omnivore is basically a combination of carnivore and herbivore. Omnivores have better surviving chances because they don't depend on one diet.
An omnivore is an animal which eats other plants or animals. Some of the omnivores can hunt for their food like carnivores while others will eat on dead matter like scavengers. Most of them can eat eggs from other animals.
An omnivore refers to a kind of animal that eats either other animals or plants. Some omnivores will hunt and eat their food, such as carnivores, eating herbivores and other omnivores while others are scavengers and will eat dead matter.
An omnivore is an animal that eats meat and plants. Some omnivores include grizzly bears, raccoons, pigs, chickens, crows, and people
Omnivores eat meat almost primarily. They may eat some specific plant types from time to time or if they are sick. But 99.9% of an omnivore's diet is meat.
Omnivores are animal species that are typically both herbivores and carnivores at the same time. Humans, pigs, crows, skunks, raccoons, chipmunks, mice, and monkeys are just a few examples of animals (yes, that's right humans are animals too!) that are omnivores eating both plants and other animal meats.
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