The term omnivore describes animals that can eat both plant and animal foods. These animals have a varied diet, including meat and vegetables, fruit and nuts as well as grains. Omnivores include humans, most birds (including chickens), most amphibians and reptiles, squirrels, chipmunks and other rodents such as prairie dogs.
An omnivore is a creature that consumes both plant and animal matter.
There are four categories of omnivores: herbivore, carnivore, insectivore, and protozoa. This means that an animal can be classified as an omnivore if it eats both plants and animals (or at least one). For example: you might have a dog who only eats meat but also loves vegetables!
This is not only possible, but common. The word “omnivore” is derived from the Latin word “omnis” which means “all” and “vorare” which means “to devour.”
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