What are some herbivore animal that lives in the arctic?
The herbivores in the Artic are Lemmings,artic hares,Caribo,Bison,Musk ox
An arctic hare is a herbivore. A herbivore is an animal that eats only plant life, if it were to eat insects as well then it would be classified as an omnivore. Some may say that this arctic hare is know to eat the meat in traps left out by hunters, this is possible but not enough evidence is available to prove this and change their classification to a carnivore. Carnivores are meat eaters mainly…
Herbivores eat plants. Carnivores eat animals. Omnivores eat both plants and animals. A Herbivore is like an animal that is a vegetarian. A Carnivore is an animal that only consumes meat. Herbivore means it eats plant only. Carnivore means it eats animal only. Some examples of herbivore are orangutans and caterpillars. Some examples of carnivore are tigers and lions.
the producer might be reindeer moss, the herbivore could be an acrtic moose, if those exist, or an animal that lives in the arctic tundra that only eats plants, the carnivore might be an arctic fox, and the decomposer could be fungi The food chain is alive and thriving in the Arctic tundra. First, there is bacteria in the water, which small fish eat off of. The lakes are shallow. It is also very cold…
A carnivore is an animal that eats meat, like a shark. A herbivore is an animal that eats plants, like a squirrel. An omnivore is an animal that eats both meat and plants, like a bear. Some examples of carnivores are: * shark * wolf * lion * polar bear * fox * wolverine * pirhanna * hyena * some dinosaurs, like tyrannosaurus rex
This means whether or not the animal is an herbivore, which means they eat only plants, grains, grasses, etc., such as cattle, horses and sheep. A carnivore is one who eats meat. There are also some will also eat plant foods, as well as meat, such as humans, some of the monkey species and different bird species.
Honestly a dinosaur would have been the best animal, but they are extinct. There isn't really a right or wrong answer. Some people would prefer a strong ferocious animal, while others would want an animal that lives in a house with a family. It totally depends on what kind of animal you like, and what kind of person you are! :)
A niche is essentially when, where, and how the animal lives. A Bottle-nose dolphin lives near the top of the food-chain, although it still has some predators, such as the great white shark. It's territory is the ocean- it lives in many different areas, so you can look up its habitat. The dolphin feeds off of schools of fish, and sometimes squid. Some species of dolphins also migrate, depending on the location of the animal.
Polar bears are the dominant land animal in the Arctic. Polar bears often feed on seals, which are amphibious, meaning they are mammals that live in water and on land. Therefore, it can be assumed that seals are also found in the Arctic regions - particularly Harp Seals. Northern Fur Seals are found within the Arctic region. There are many marine and semi-aquatic mammals in the Arctic Ocean. These include the Beluga whale, Killer whale…