Rhinoceroses are herbivorous mammals, meaning they do not consume meat but subsist on plant matter only. They tend to eat whatever vegetation is available to them, and rhinos have adapted specific features to enable this... More »

White rhinos eat different grasses, such as Pennisetum and Digitaria, while their black rhino relatives eat leaves and fruit from trees and bushes. The two rhino types are not different colors, but are instead distinguis... More »

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Rhinoceros beetles are herbivorous and consume fruit, nectar and sap. The larvae consume the decaying matter of plants. They are sometimes called Hercules beetles because they can lift 850 times their own weight. More »

Arachnids are mostly carnivorous predators and usually feed on smaller arthropods, with the exception of daddy longlegs and some mites that feed on plant matter. Ticks and mites tend to be parasitic, feeding on fluids fr... More »

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Invertebrates eat a great variety of plant and animal matter; some invertebrates eat fungi, carrion or other detritus. Some invertebrates don't feed at all as adults but live only to reproduce. More »

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 »

Deer are obligate herbivores, which means that they only eat plant matter and struggle to digest meat. Deer primarily graze on grass and leaves, but they also eat nuts, fungi, grain and fruit. They eat small twigs in tim... More »

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