Examples of omnivores. From left to right: Humans, Dogs, Pigs, Walking Catfish,
American Crows, Gravel Ant. Omnivore /ˈɒmnivɔər/ is a consumption
classification for animals that ...
An omnivore is an animal that eats food from both plants and animals, which may
include eggs, insects, fungi and algae. Many examples of omnivores exist in ...
Omnivores are named due to the Latin prefix omni, which means "all." For lack of
a more descriptive qualifier, it means omnivores eat everything! Of course ...
For example, most omnivores cannot live by grazing, nor are they able to eat
some hard-shelled animals or successfully hunt large or fast prey. Humans,
May 18, 2014 ... Carnivores herbivores omnivores with examples. 1. What do animals eat?
Katharine Hind, 2013 CEIP Juan de Vallejo Burgos, España; 2.
This lesson will examine the unique diet of omnivores. The lesson will also
discuss adaptations of omnivores and both advantages and disadvantages...
An omnivore is a kind of animal that eats either other animals or plants. Some
omnivores will hunt and eat their food, like carnivores, eating herbivores and
An omnivore is an animal which eats both meat and plant matter. Examples
would be Bears, Hedgehogs, Pigs, Rats, Chickens and Piranhas. Hedgehog ...
An omnivore is an organism that regularly consumes a variety of material,
including plants, ... Red foxes, for example, prey on rabbits, but they also eat fruit.
Feb 27, 2014 ... Who am I: Herbivore, Carnivore or Omnivore? Primary Science Blog on what
different animals eat, with activities to try out.