Animal that only eats insects?
Animals that eat only insects are called insectivores. Examples of insectivores are aardvarks, frogs, and anteaters.
An animal that eats animals exclusively is called a carnivore. An animal that eats both meat and plants is an omnivore. An animal that eats plants is called herbivore. Therefore, if an animal eats only animals, it's a carnivore. It is called life. when an amimal eats another animal that eats only vegitation, it is called the natural cycle of the food chain.
You would call it a carnivore. Technically, insects are still considered as 'meat.' :) ~AP Wulf Some would be called as Insectivores. If the animal in question also eats plant life, then they would be called as Omnivores. Some carnivores also eats insects and some insectivores also eats small vertebrates, such as birds, snakes, lizards, and bats. Generally, the distinction for the particular animal in question depends on what is it's primary diet. ~Silverfish N