What are mammals that are also scavengers?
They r carnivores they eat Carrión of birds and mammals Komodo dragons are carnivores and scavengers. They eat dead or dying animals when they can find them, and have even been known to dig up human corpses from their graves. They also prey on any kind of small or medium size live animals including reptiles, birds, and mammals.
A scavenger is a consumer that eats the tissue of dead organisms that it does not freshly kill for itself. Lions and hyenas can act as scavengers but both will also consume fresh prey. Vultures are notorious scavengers but again will kill fresh prey if they can. Black bears can also act as scavengers. There are few if any organisms that act exclusively as scavengers.
What is a kit fox considered as a primary consumer or secondary consumer or decomposers or herbivores or carnivores or omnivores or scavengers?
Raccoons and possums are both warm blooded, air breathing mammals. As mammals, they nurture their young on mothers' milk. Also, both being mammals, their limbs are oriented vertically, they have a four-chambered heart and they have a flexible neck with seven cervical vertebrae. That is where the similarities end. Raccoons are placental mammals and possums are marsupials. True possums are found in New Guinea, Australia (including Tasmania), Sulawesi (Indonesia) and a few other small islands…
Scavengers prey on and consume those others creatures who have fallen and are unable to protect themselves. They help to break down and reduce the matter into smaller pieces. Scavengers can also be viewed as some of the Earth's cleansers, as they rid the land of the dead faster than decomposing does.