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Wolves, cougars, owls, sea lions and walruses are examples of carnivores, while koalas, pandas, gazelles, zebras and caterpillars are herbivores. Humans, ostriches, box turtles, black bears, red foxes and squirrels are o... More »

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Bears, deer and wolves are examples of omnivores, herbivores and carnivores respectively. Many animals that are considered carnivores, such as foxes, actually eat plants as well. Not only do red foxes eat fruit, but they... More »

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One example of a carnivore is a lion. Some other animals that are classified as carnivores are tigers, eagles, crocodiles, bears, raccoons, vultures, killer whales and hyenas. More »

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Bears, deer and wolves are examples of omnivores, herbivores and carnivores respectively. Many animals that are considered carnivores, such as foxes, actually eat plants as well. Not only do red foxes eat fruit, but they... More »

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Mollusks are classified as herbivores, omnivores and carnivores, and their diets depend largely on the species and availability of food in a particular location. Some mollusks consume only algae and ocean plant matter, w... More »

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Animals that live in Greenland include polar bears, musk oxen, Arctic foxes, caribou, lemmings, Arctic wolves, hares, reindeer, sea eagles, ptarmigans, puffins, auks, sparrows, gulls, owls, ringed seals, harbor seals, wa... More »

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The major difference between these three groups is that carnivores eat meat, herbivores eat plants, and omnivores eat a little of both. Each has a different kind of teeth and digestive system that helps it eat and digest... More »

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