What are the different kinds of plants animals eat?
well it depends on what kind of animal your talking about.
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check the teeth . Animals which are carnivorous have canine teeth. The human canine teeth are the sharp pointy one that are exaggerated on vampires. Plant eating animals will in general lack these specialized teeth. Look for flat buck-like teeth on plant-eaters and sharp teeth on meat-ea…ters. . Answer . The teeth. Meat-eating animals have sharp, pointy teeth so as to rip flesh. Plant-eaters have bigger, blunter teeth so as to grind up plants. Onmivores (Eaters of both plants and meat) have both. ( Full Answer )
Black, white-breasted, plumed, and crested guineafowl feed on a range of plants and small invertebrates obtained by scratching in the leaf litter. Crested guineafowl may also feed in trees on berries and other fruits, and on bulbs from below the ground. Vulturine guineafowl also feed on a range of… plant and animal items and will sometimes perch in bushes to feed on fruits. Unlike all other guineafowl, this species appears to survive without readily-available drinking water. Helmeted guineafowl are the most omnivorous of the guineafowl species, taking a broad range of plant and animal material (even small toads) from above and below the ground, switching their preferences to whatever appears to be abundant at the time, but focusing on insects and other arthropods during the breeding season. ( Full Answer )
In the rain forest there are many plant eating animals. These plant eating animals are called consumers. Here are some examples of comsumers. *grass hopper *Beez and wasped ( feed on plant nector ) *earth worm *wood borer *beetle and slugs *humming birds *deers *squirrels *termite…s ( Full Answer )
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clownfish The clown fish feeds on undigested matter which otherwise potentially could harm the sea anemone
A herbivore is an animal who eats only plants and vegetables. Anomnivore will eat plants or meat.
Plants are different from animals because plants get their nutrients from the sun so that they can do the precoss of photosynthesis. Animals get their nutrients from eating other animals or plants. Also animals' cells are rounded shapes and plants' cells are rectangular. Animals also dont have chlor…ophyll while plants do. Animals take in oxygen released by plants and release carbon dioxide which is taken in by plants. Animals use their skeletal system for support and plants use fibers and turgor for support. Plants have a cell wall composed of cellulose and a cell membrane. Animals only have a cell membrane. I don't have all the answers, but for starters, I know animals require sustenance by eating and digesting food where as plants absorb nutrients through their roots. Animals need to procreate to develop offspring and plants may either spawn seedlings or be carried away by the ecosystem (weather, bees, water, etc.) to grow elsewhere. Some plants bear fruit, most absorb carbon dioxide and produce oxygen. Animals do not contribute to the ecosystem in this way. ( Full Answer )
Omnivores are animals whose diet consists of a mix of both plants and animals. Humans are perfect examples of omnivores. Cockroaches, rats, bears and crows are other examples.
There are a variety of different kinds of animals and plants in thePhilippines. Some examples are the Labanos and the SnaggletoothShark.
Animals that eat plants and animals/meat are called omnivores. Animals that only eat plants are called herbivores Animals that only eat other animals/meat are called carnivores An omnivore eats plants and animals, eg, humans
Animals that eat plants and animals are called Omnivores, these animal eat plants and animals as per surrounding, situation and food availability. Humans, Cats, Dogs, Bears, Monkeys, Hedgehogs, Opossums, Pigs, Raccoon, Skunks, Sloths
An omnivore is the term for an organism that eats both plants and animals. Humans are a good example of an omnivore.
Most Mammals Mammals Bears Coati (including aardvarks ) Hedgehogs Opossums Pigs Primates including Chimpanzees and Humans Raccoons Rodents, including Chipmunks, Mice, Rats and Squirrels Skunks Sloths. Birds Cassowary (an Australian bird) Chickens Corvids, including Crows, Magpies, Ravens and R…ook_(bird) Kea (a New Zealand Parrot) Rallidae (a wetland bird species) Rhea_(bird) (a South American flightless bird). Some Fish such as Piranha Some Lizards and Turtles . ( Full Answer )
Herbivorous animals only eat plants. But there there can be mammals, fish, insects, and birds that fall into this category.
Some animals that eat both plants and animals are, cats, dogs, wolves, raccoons, birds, bears, pigs, mice, rats, cows. those are only some. Hope that helps.
If it only eats plants it is a Herbivore . If it eats both plants and plant eating animals it is an omnivore If it eats only animals and does not eat plants it is a carnivore
An omnivore is the type. A good example would be humans, monkeys, apes and bears. They can eat both plants and meat.
A lion eats a zebra, a zebra eats grass A shark eats fish that eats kelp People eat a cow a cow eats grass
you may be referring to animals that either eat other animals or plants... they are called omnivores
Organisms that get their food from light (such as plants,) or minerals are called autotrophs. Organisms that only eat plants are called herbivores . Organisms that eat animals are called carnivores . Organisms that eat both plants and animals are called omnivores . So, carnivores and omn…ivores eat herbivores and other omnivores. ( Full Answer )
Animals that eat plants and animals are omnivores. People are omnivores. We eat meats and vegetables all the time. .
An omnivore eats both plants and animals. A herbivore eats only plants. A carnivore eats only plants. We eat both plants and animals....we are omnivores
cause either they like it or they dont. they are like us we eat different foods because we dont like some.. Viickkaayy_x_
um...ya talkin about primary consumers? If you are, they are the first animal that eats the producer, or plant. After that comes secondary who eat the primary consumers,and after that tertiary consumers who eat the secondary consumers. but then again, i probably answered it completely wrong and u ha…ve no idea what im talking about.... Er.. I'll assume your question is "Who are the Animals that eat animals and plants?" ? If so, animals that eat both plants and animals are called omnivores..... Like bears.. ( Full Answer )
The herbivores eat plants ! Example: Cow ; Horse ; Elephant ; Panda ... Hope that was helpful
the animals that eating plants and meat of animals are called OMNIVORES ANIMALS THAT EATS...... plants - HERBIVORES meat/animals - CARNIVORES insects - INSECTIVORES
Each new generation of any new species are the offspring of the successful survivors of the previous generation. For instance, the chemical that gives peppers their heat is capsaicin. Capsaicin has also been found to ward off fungus as well as mammalian predators. Thus, peppers found in fungal prone… conditions (high humidity) are typically much hotter than those in drier climates. It is also interesting to note that Capsaicin does not affect sharks (thank you Myth-busters). One might note that currently variations from generation to generation are so slow they are barely noticeable. That may be because of the size the population that are exposed to. The most exotic species are found in isolated ecosystems, such as islands or most recently in a dormant volcanic crater. When an ecosystem survives in relative isolation, the adaptations of species rapidly accelerates. ( Full Answer )
None. All animals eat different things but some eat the samethings. Most animals eat meat as far as I can tell.
the state flower is the iris and the tree is the tulip-tree the state bird is the mocking bird and the state animal is the raccoon
i have no idea that is what i want to find out for my home work for TOMORROW! You might want to find a better website!
Carnivore's eat other animals. Some examples are: Wolves, bears, coyotes, wild cats, stuff like that. Herbivores eat plants. Examples: Rabbits, moose, deer, stuff like that. Hope I helped!
Carnivore= animal that eats other animals Herbivore= animal that eats plants Omnivore= animal that eats both animals and plants ( humans)
The claws in flesh eating animals are usually curved like a hook designed to tear and hold on to flesh like a knife. The claws on both meat and plant eating animals are equally sharp but designed differently. Both can cause serious damage to humans. But the claws of a plant eating animal, a sloth pe…rhaps, would never cause the same damage to a zebra as those of a lion. Many plant eating animals have hooves, not claws. Although plant eating animals may use their claws to dig up tubers or climb trees, they also use them to defend themselves. ( Full Answer )
A carnivore's teeth are long, sharp and pointed. These are tools that are useful for the task of piercing into flesh. Herbivore teeth are flat, which allows them to grind food before swallowing it. Carnivore - meat (flesh) eater Herbivore - plant eater
the plant eating animals have teeth which can tear plants and leaves but the flesh eating animals have sharp teeth which can tear meat
The flesh eating animals are carnivores, the plant eating animals are called herbivores. Carnivores depend on the nutrients in meat and flesh, while the herbivores depend on the nutrients in plants. The carnivores have teeth that were made for tearing and ripping flesh, while herbivores have teeth t…hat were made for crushing plants. ( Full Answer )
No, they do not they produce glucose by a process called photosynthesis the plant has chlorophyll in it and the chlorophyll traps sunlight and it also has stomata the stomata helps the plant take in carbon dioxide and release oxygen the product is glucose (their food) and oxygen
Rabbits, lizards, frogs, snakes, squirrels, and some even eat fruit. but they will pretty much eat anything that fits in their mouth... naughty rascals :)
An animal that eats both plants and animals are known as omnivores. A bear, for example, is an omnivore. Bears eat berries and fish as well as other plants and animals.
Animals that eat both animals and plants are called omnivores. Bears, pigs, birds, and raccoons, among other animals, are omnivores (including humans!).
everything a meat eater gets in meat. its freaken food and that's what they eat.
there are so many animals that eat both animals and plants they are known as omnivores. some omnivores include: Bears Coati (including aardvarks ) Hedgehogs Opossums Pigs Primates including Chimpanzees and Humans Raccoons Rodents, including Chipmunks, Mice, Rats and Squirrels … Skunks Sloths ( Full Answer )
Tigers are not omnivorous, only carnivorous. This means that they don't eat plants and animals, just animals. A tiger's main diet consists of deer, young buffalo calves and occasionally a young elephant calf too if it strays far away from the herd.
Same as all guineA fowl- anything- they're omnivores. Give them grain though. ALso, they're favourite are insects.
Herbivores eat plants while Carnivore eat meat. Omnivore eat both plants and meat, take us, human as an example.
Animals specialize in an ecological niche. If a given species is particularly good at getting some specific type of food, then it has a niche that it can fill. If every animal tried to eat the same kind of food, that would just create too much competition for the same niche.
Technically, plants do eat, you just don't see them eating. Animals get their energy from eating other organisms (plants, other animals, etc.), while plants get their energy from the sun and undergo photosynthesis which results in energy for the plant, or their 'food'
Eyes of flesh eating animals remain to the front of the head like us humans. But plant eating animals have eyes on the side of their head
Animals that eat plants as well as animals are known as Omnivores. Example, Human beings.
Too many to name, but, some are: Rodents Cattle (wild and domestic) Horses Deer (including moose and caribou, elk) Rabbits and hares Sheep and goats
A carnivore is an animal that eats other animals. A lion(carnivore) eating a zebra (herbivore) is one example.