NO because there are 6 legged sheep and cows
Don't believe me look it up on images!
Some hoofed animals are carnivores. However, not all are, many hoofed animals are herbivores. For example, the horse and the antelope.
sometime they can have hooves and sometimes not like the humming bird is a herbivore and it does not have hooves .
No, some prey are omnivores and some prey are carnivores too. The predator does not care what its prey eats... only that it can catch and kill the prey.
Herbivores that live in swamps beavers.
Manatees, sea turtles
Herbivores include parrots, lorikeets, cockatoos and other species which are vegetarians.
some examples of herbivores are manatees, rabbits, deers, mice and turtles. any animals that eat only plants are herbivores.
They are Herbivores because they have flat molar teeth. Some had canines with molars. They can be Omnivores.
The feature that is most common to an ungulate that other animals do not possess is hooves. This is further broken into even and odd toed ungulates.
Yes, all animals that have horns also do have hooves on their feet. These type of animals are called Artiodactylas.
Herbivores do not have just ONE kind of foot. For instance many insects are herbivores and they have lots of different kinds of foot. Camels, horses, cows, elephants, geese and ostriches are all herbivores and they all have different kinds of feet.
No, they have hooves. Bison are herbivores; they eat plants. Animals with claws are all carnivores; they use their claws to catch and kill their prey.
Fish do not have hooves. Birds also do not have hooves.
they are obviously all animals
Some mammals are omnivores, some are carnivores and some are herbivores.
No. Ungulate are animals with hooves. Platypuses do not have hooves.
there is no similarities they are all different.
because they are hooved animals! :)