A monogastric organism has a simple single-chambered stomach, compared
with a ruminant organism, like a cow, goat, or sheep, which has a four-
chambered complex stomach. Examples of monogastric anima...
An omnivore is an animal that eats food from both plants and animals, which may
... Jerboas; Kit fox; Rabbit-eared bandicoot; Raccoons; Ravens; Roadrunners ...
Omnivores are similar to both carnivores and herbivores because they eat both ...
Jerboas, roadrunners and rabbit eared bandicoot are all omnivores in the ...
Rabbits are Herbivores (Answer to Pop Quiz) True! Rabbits are herbivores, which
means they eat only vegetables and plant-based foods. The primary foods in ...
Unlike a cat or dog, rabbits can eat a wide variety of plant material. ... from many
plants that are indigestible to less adaptable herbivores or omnivores. ... teeth
called incisors — four upper and two lower — neatly slice off pieces of plant
Feb 27, 2014 ... Who am I: Herbivore, Carnivore or Omnivore? ... eat and suggest an activity to get
Key Stage 1 and 2 pupils thinking about these differences.
May 14, 2010 ... Omnivores have very similar digestive systems to carnivores with the addition of
a caecum. .... The rabbit produces two forms of faeces: Hard ...
Herbivores are animals which only eat plant material. This means leaves, flowers
, fruits or even wood. Sheep, horses, rabbits and snails are well known ...
Young rabbits mature quickly and are self-sufficient after only four or five weeks.
They are sexually mature after only two or three months, so populations are able
Map: Jackrabbit range ... Hares are larger than rabbits, and they typically have
taller hind legs and longer ears. ... Picture of two-toed sloth hanging from a