All-devouring; eating everything indiscriminately; as, omnivorous vanity; an omnivorous intellect.
Eating both animal and vegetable food.
Having a broad diet of both plant and animal origin.
eating both plant and animal matter.
eating both animal and vegetable foods. References Clark, T.W. 1987. Mammals in Wyoming. Lawrence: Museum of Natural History, University of Kansas. Horner, Susan and Celia B. Lottridge. 1986. Nature's Children: Mice. Danbury, CT. Jones, J. Knox, Jr. et al. 1983. Mammals of the Northern Great Plains, Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. Whitaker, Jr., John O., 1980. The Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Mammals. New York: Knopf. Selected Resources for Teachers Avi, Poppy, Orchard Books, New York, 1995. Middle-school literature connection. Ring, Elizabeth, Lucky Mouse. Milbrook Press. The life cycle of an orphaned deer mouse unfolds as a group of children place it with a white-footed mouse family. Relevant facts on mice are included in a question and answer section. Deer mice populations could be excellent examples for population studies, predator-prey relationships, exponential growth in math. Deer mice bones may be found in owl pellets.
Eating both meat and vegetable matter as food.
An adjective indicating that an animal eats both flesh and vegetable matter.
Feeding on all sorts of plant or animal material.
An omnivorous animal (omnivore) eats and digests both vegetable and animal foods. Green iguanas are herbivorous and eat only vegetable matter. Crocodiles are carnivorous and eat a wide variety of animals. Marmosets are omnivorous and eat both meat and vegetable foods.
Literally, eats all or any kind of food; among protozoa, including many ciliates, such species appear to be satisfied in their feeding habitits by nutritive substances ranging from bacteria and algae to ciliates, tissues of multicellular organisms, and even detritus. Among crustaceans and fish, species feeding on a range of substances such as algae, plants, weeds, detritus, plankton and/or larger benthic and neritic organisms.
eating anything (both plant and animal tissue) that is edible and digestible
refers to an animal that eats both animal and plant matter.
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An animal which eats both plants and meat.
Feeding on a variety of foods, including plant and animal material.
An organism that eats both plant and animal matter.
Organisms that consume a variety of plant and animal materials. close window
feeding on a mixed diet of animals and plants
Eats both plants and animals.
an animal which eats a mixed diet of meat and plants, for example, humans. Omnivores have a dentition adapted for their diet with a combination of grinding and tearing teeth.
Omnivore. If your reptile or amphibian is omnivorous, then it eats both plant and animal foods.
Omnivorous means eating all kinds of foods indiscriminately, or eating both animal and plant foods.
Referring to an animal that eats both plant and animal life.
feeding on both plants and animals.
An animals that eats both animal and plant matter; a generalist, opportunistic feeder that eats whatever is available.
eating both meat and vegetation
Eating all foods, both plant and flesh.
(adj) – Both plant and meat-eating
including both plants and animals in diet.