Raccoons eat a variety of plant and animal life including: insects, crayfish, mice, birds, bird and reptile eggs, grubs, snails, snakes, lizards, frogs, fruits, nuts and berries as well as human garbage.
no. snakes are not scavengers. they wont eat plants either. mostly they hunt just live animals. No because they are not scavengers but they do kill the animal before they eat it so I guess maybe they do eat dead animals
Tilapia can be scavengers, since they eat just about anything they can get. They will eat algae, anything growing on a hard surface, particles in the water, or they can scavenge from things they find lying around.
No. If anything, scavengers supply energy to the decomposers. Scavengers eat dead animal carcasses, and then leave the rest. Decomposers let out strong enzymes that break down the carcass until there is nothing left but H2O, CO2, and nutrients which the decomposers absorb for energy.