Meerkats are omnivores that primarily eat fruit, insects, birds and lizards Meerkats are skilled hunters and often work together when foraging for foods that fit into their omnivorous diet. When working together in numbe... More »

Meerkats are native to South Africa and thrive in grasslands and along desert plains and plateaus. Meerkats do not climb or fly, which makes them perfectly suited for life as burrowing and ground-dwelling mammals. They c... More »

Raccoons are omnivores who eat a wide variety of foods, including fruits, nuts, berries, insects, frogs and smaller mammals. Their diet is largely dependent on the environment in which they live, with raccoons who live i... More »

Raccoons are omnivores and eat foods from both plant and animal sources; their diet is highly dependent on the food available where they live. According to PBS.org, a raccoon's typical diet includes fruits, nuts, plants,... More »

Three-toed sloths eat leaves, shoots and fruit from the trees they live in, and in some cases will also eat small rodents or insects. Their diet lacks nutrition, and they get very little energy from it. It's speculated t... More »

A sloth eats leaves, buds, twigs, fruit and insects. Once in a while, it may eat a small rodent, but the bulk of its diet comes from the trees in which it lives. More »

Armadillos are insectivores who enjoy a diet of invertebrates and insects, and they primarily eat grubs, insects, spiders, lizards, scorpions and worms. Armadillos may also eat carrion, eggs and fruit. More »