Although they belong to the Carnivora order, bears are technically omnivores, as many subsist on plant matter in addition to other animals, insects and fish. Vegetation makes up as much as 90 percent of a bear's diet. More »

Fish can be omnivores, but some species are carnivores or herbivores. In general, a fish's diet is determined mostly by its habitat and what food is available. Most species have a preferred diet but will eat outside of t... More »

Most turtle species are omnivores, and many species have diets that consists of both meat and vegetables. Aquatic turtles typically have a higher percentage of meat in their diet, consisting of between 65 percent to 90 p... More »

Bears eat plants, insects, fish and other animals. Although they're often thought of as carnivores and are even part of the Carnivora order, bears are actually opportunistic omnivores, meaning they subsist on both plant ... More »

The scientific classification of the polar bear is in the kingdom Animalia, phylum Chordata, class Mammalia, order Carnivora, family Ursidae, genus Ursus and species maritimus. The polar bear's binomial name is Ursus mar... More »

According to the National Wildlife Federation, all bears are classified as omnivores, not herbivores. Some species consume more meat, like polar bears, while others consume more vegetation, like giant pandas, but they al... More »

According to Wildscreen Arkive, sun bears are omnivores that consume a wide variety of foods, including termites, ants, beetle larvae, honey, rodents, birds, lizards and fruit. However, as the smallest and least studied ... More »