What kind of plants can humans eat?
Humans can eat many (though certainly not all) kinds of plants including seeds, nuts, roots (potatoes, for example), leaves (grape leaves, for example), herbs, spices, fruits, vegetables, and flowers (hibiscus and rose, for example).
Animals have different kinds of teeth. The herbivores, who eat plants, have molars (flat teeth) to chew on plants such as grass or leaves The carnivores, who eat meat, have sharp teeth for ripping out chunks of meat. Humans and other omnivores have some of each kind so we can eat both meat and plants.
We would not be able to survive. Why? 1. Humans need water. Animals need water. Plants need water. EVERYTHING NEEDS WATER. Plants make their own food, but need water. Animals eat plants. We eat animals and plants. So if we were to remove plants [because there wouldn't be water for them to grow] Humans --> Animals --> Plants Humans --> Animals --> Plants If we were to remove plants, which is the food that our…
There is a lot of animals that are not carnivores. And they cannot even eat humans! I believe lions may eat zebras, antelope, giraffes, and wildebeests. Tigers may eat deer, that is all I know. Bears eat berries, maybe sometimes foxes, and deer. Elephants eat plants and peanuts. Giraffes eat leaves and plants. Horses eat hay and plants.