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Omnivores are species that eat both plants and animals as their primary food source. They are opportunistic, general feeders not specifically adapted to eat and digest either meat or plant material exclusively. Pigs are one well-known example of an omnivore. Crows are...
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NatureWorks ... Omnivores include mammals like grizzly bear, striped skunk and raccoon and birds ... Some omnivores, like the raccoon, the opossum and the ...
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Omnivores include mammals like the grizzly bear, skunk, and raccoon and birds ... They are omnivores. ... plants and animals, omnivores thrive in many ...
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omnivore ( ) n. An omnivorous person or animal. One that takes in everything available, as with the mind ... talk by John McArdle, Ph.D.. "Humans are Omnivores" ...
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Vegetarian nutrition information, recipes, books, and a magazine. ... In fact we are omnivores, capable of either eating meat or plant foods. ...
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omnivores ... Omnivore - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia ... Omnivores - NatureWorks ...
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Omnivore, an animal that eats both animal flesh and vegetable matter. ... Humans are Omnivores -- The Vegetarian Resource Group ...
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Information about Omnivores in the free online English dictionary and ... [From New Latin Omnivora, omnivores, from neuter pl. ...
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Description of the eating habits of carnivores, herbivores and omnivores. ... human beings are also omnivores, although some people choose not to eat meat. ...
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... or omnivores? ... An omnivore is an animal that will draw its food from ... Humans are omnivores. The order of mammals that includes humans (the primates) ...
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There is no valid case for the "human omnivore" ... Natural omnivores or carnivores do NOT chew their eaten flesh, they tear it into ...
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Encyclopedia article about Omnivores. Information about Omnivores in the Columbia Encyclopedia, Computer Desktop Encyclopedia, computing dictionary.
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