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 »

Different classes of mollusk eat in various ways, depending on their body structure, environment and physical capabilities. Most mollusks have a tongue-like organ, called a radula (which is rough like sandpaper), that th... More » Pets & Animals Marine Life

A walrus eats mainly mollusks, such as clams. A walrus also eats shrimp, crab, worms, sea cucumbers and coral. Occasionally, a walrus has been known to eat the carcasses of seals when it cannot find food. More »

Animals that only eat meat and do not supplement it with another type of food, such as vegetation, are called obligate carnivores, and examples of obligate carnivores are the various species of cats. Other animals classi... More »

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 »

As with any complex food chain, the food chain of the African savanna (grassland) is composed of a hierarchy of carnivores that eat herbivores, which eat basic producers. At the bottom of the food chain lie the scavenger... More » Science Biology Zoology

Most species of tortoises are almost exclusively herbivores and have diets that consist of mostly plant-based foods. While some baby tortoises consume ants and other animal proteins without suffering any adverse health e... More » Pets & Animals Reptiles