a bear for an omnivore and a tiger for carnivore
Carnivore - alligator Herbivore - deer
A Tiger is an example of a carnivore.
No, they are omnivores.
An example of a scavenger is a sea gull. An example of a herbivore is a uhhh, giraffe. An example of a carnivore is a lion. And an example of an omnivore is humans unless they are a vegetarian.
Lizards are carnivore, a good example of this are the dinosaurs, crocodiles and so on...
... an example of redundancy.
Lion, tiger, and bear
The science definition of a carnivore is a animal or human (but mostly animals) that eats only meat for example, T-Rex was a carnivore
A obligate carnivore eats only meat. An example would be cats.
An example of a secondary carnivore is a Hyena or a wilddog. They are called that because they come second in line on the food chain to eat what the primary carnivores catch.
An example of a carnivore adaptation in the desert is when an animal goes without food, for several days.
A carnivore in the ocean is a fish that eats red meat. For example, a shark is considered to be a carnivore. This is because sharks will eat other living fish and even humans!
An herbivore is an animal that eats strictly plants and no animals. an example of an herbivore is a deer. A carnivore is an animal or plant that eats flesh. An example of a carnivore is a lion. An example of a carnivorous plant is the venus flytrap. An omnivore is an animal that has a diet based on a mixture of plants and flesh. The greatest example of omnivores is the human race. You and I are omnivores.
snails and fish and my bum cheeks
The shark and the pelican...
Yes, because they eat meat.
A wolf eating a rabbit.
lions Wolves, tigers, cats...
an exampleof carnivore is an animals that eat other animals or meat eater. (Ex.lion,crocodile,tiger,dinoasur etc.)
a carnivore would be an animal that eats meat and the carnivore in a food chain would depend on what animals are int the food changeFor example: if the animals in a food chain are snake leaves and mice the the snake would be the carnivore
No, worms do not eat other living things.