Like most crustaceans, shrimps are omnivores and consume both plant materials and small animals. They are not picky eaters and are considered as scavengers, ingesting anything that is small enough for them to eat, includ... More »

Hawks are omnivores, and they have very opportunistic eating habits. What a hawk eats is generally determined by the hawk's native habitat, the species of the hawk and the availability of food, but in general, a hawk wil... More »

Turkeys are omnivores that usually forage for food on the forest floor or in the swamp or grasslands, depending on where they live. Generally, wild turkeys are opportunistic eaters and will feed on seeds, insects, nuts, ... More »

As omnivores, shrimp consume many different kinds of animal and plant species, but primarily feed on small fish, algae, plant particles and plankton. They will also eat decaying plants and will scavenge parts of dead ani... More »

The ocean is full of living things including green plants, herbivores, carnivores and scavengers. The ocean is home to blue whales, which is the largest species in the history of the planet, as well as microscopic organi... 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 »

The four types of consumers in ecology are herbivores, carnivores, omnivores and decomposers. Herbivores consume only vegetation and carnivores consume only other animals. Omnivores consume a mixed diet of plants and ani... More »