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Omnivores are organisms that eat foods from both animal and vegetable sources. Small insects, human beings, some small animals, birds and reptiles are all examples of omnivores. More »

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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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One example of sociological imagination is for a person to imagine he is living several hundred years earlier, and how that changes his perspective about present-day life. Another example is for a person to imagine he li... More »

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Plants, algae, and phytoplankton are some common examples of autotrophic organisms. These organisms can all create food energy from the environment. More »

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Members of the Animalia Kingdom are living organisms which are divided into sub-groups. Members of the Animalia Kingdom include such diverse creatures as starfish, tigers, crabs, spiders, birds, dolphins, lions, bears an... More »

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Forests, grasslands and desert environments are all examples of terrestrial animal habitats. Aquatic and marine habitats include lakes, ponds and oceans. Animal habitats are also defined by physical factors including soi... More »

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Examples of animal instincts include a spider spinning a web, a bear hibernating for the winter and a bird building a nest. Instinctive behavior is behavior that is not learned, but comes naturally to an animal. More »

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