Whales are carnivores, not herbivores. Herbivores have strictly plant-based diets, while carnivores consume meat. A whale's typical diet includes octopus, fish, shrimp, krill and squid, making these mammals carnivores. A... More »

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Blue whales weigh approximately 200 tons and can grow to a length of between 82 and 105 feet. They are the largest mammals to have ever lived on earth. More »

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Blue whales typically breed during the winter or early spring after they have undergone a journey of several thousand miles, leaving the cold waters of the northern and southern hemispheres in favor of the warmer waters ... More »

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Whales are carnivores, meaning that they subsist entirely on a diet of meat. Whales are part of a larger order of animals called cetaceans, which also includes dolphins and porpoises. All cetaceans are carnivorous animal... More »

Dolphins are carnivores. They eat a variety of fish, especially flying fish. Catching these flying fish sometimes requires the dolphins to leap out of the water. More »

Beavers are herbivores, as they prefer to consume bark, twigs, leaves, aquatic plants and roots. Beavers possess unique and strong teeth with powerful jaws that are great at gnawing through hard material like trees, and ... More »

Most of the food eaten by manatees is composed of plants that grow in freshwater and salty environments, since they are herbivores. They eat freshwater plants, such as water celery, musk grass, hyacinth, alligator weed, ... More »

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