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Wolverines have a digestive system that is similar to other carnivores. The stomach is not divided into chambers like you would find in ruminants.
Technically, raccoons are classified as carnivores but, in actuality, they are omnivores. During most of the year they eat more plant matter than animal. The are similar to black bears in that respect
Primates like humans are closely related to the order carnivore some scientist even have them as a sister group similar to hippos to whales and elephants to hyraxes.
They each have whiskers a tail and they are cats just wild cats are bigger. they both hunt other animals, domestic cats hunt mice and birds. All cats are carnivores and need meat as their diet. It is like the comparison between dogs and wolves.
No, I believe chipmunks and other similar animals such as squirrels are merely herbivores. Scavengers are carnivores that eat dead things, like roadkill. An example of a scavenger could be a vulture.
No. A chicken is a non ruminant because it does not have four chambers in its digestive system.
Ruminants have a compartmentalised stomach. There are 4 compartments, the rumen, reticulum, omasum and abomasum. A non ruminant does not have a compartmentalised stomach, the non ruminants stomach has similar fucntions to that of the abomasum in the ruminants
Both omnivores and carnivores eat other consumers. However, omnivores eat producers as well. Carnivores do not.
because they eat meat
They both eat meat.
No they are not ruminants. They actually have a digestive system similar to horses, and it is not very optimal, they have a rather great loss of nutrition's, which of course, is a benefit to other feces-eating species in the ecosystem.
The female reproductive organ that is functionally similar to the male testes is the ovaries. They store the female reproductive cells, the eggs. However, unlike the testes, they do not make the reproductive cells.
Mammals are a class of animals with similar attributes, including vertebrates, air breathing, possession of hair, and many more. There are many sub-categories, but whether they are carnivores herbivores or omnivores are based on how they adapted to their environment. We are omnivores, and lions are carnivores. Yet, we are both mammals.