name two animals that depend on plants for food?
well, there are many ways why animals should depend on each other. #1. Because they need food without that they will not be able to survive. #2. some animals depend on animals for hygene such as the hippo, the hippo has a bird name the egrets that eats and takes all the germs and insect that rests on the hippos back for the hippo can be clean ,also the crocodile and the plover. #3.we also are animals and we count on our dogs and other fellow animals to protect us. so protection, food , hygene are why animals depend on each other
An ecosystem is just a name for any collection of animals and plants which co exist in a balance and depend on one another for survival. Marine ecosystems occur anywhere in water...
The Chameleon, the Pheasants, and the Birds.
Predators hunt other animals.
The name of the game is struggle for survival.
Antarctica is a continent and the animals you name are sea animals. They eat their food from the food chain in the Southern Ocean.
Parasites are animals that live inside other animals.
Carnivores are animals that eat meat but predators are animals who actually kill other animals and eat them.
Territory, offspring, and mates.
Carnivores are animals who eat other animals. Herbivores are animals who eat only plants. And Omnivores are animals who eat both plants and animals(most humans are omnivores).
Scavengers are animals that eat other animals they didn't kill themselves. Like vultures and hyenas, they eat other animals kills and animals that died of natural causes.
those animals are generally called predators or carnivores (carnivorous)
That would depend on the species of animals, the group name can change with the animal species in question. Your question therefore needs to be more specific.
carnivores, such as: tigers, dogs, cats, lions, and humans.
a predator or carnivore
Because they were raised by them or something like that ........
Some are wolves,foxes,turkey vultures,coyoties,and other animals.
a herd is just another name for a group of animals, a more scientific name. other types are flocks, crashes, etc.