Noun(1) a terrestrial or aquatic flesh-eating mammal(2) any animal that feeds on flesh
(1) Fish owls, jungle cats, civets (a carnivore related to the mongoose), and even house cats are reported to eat them.(2) But wildlife experts believe that the pine marten - the second-rarest carnivore in Britain after the wild cat - has returned to the North York Moors.(3) The tiger is a top-level carnivore and if the animal and its habitat are protected, naturally all the micro flora and fauna and dependent animals in the habitat will get protection.(4) The toes are very narrow, suggesting that the animal was a carnivore .(5) The natural world requires a balance of carnivores , omnivores and herbivores.(6) Small carnivores such as mongoose and crows pose a threat to the night heron chicks.(7) A total of 6,000 fish insects, amphibians, birds, carnivores , and primates live at the zoo, half of which are rare animals protected by the government.(8) The plants supported a variety of large and small herbivores that in turn were prey for carnivores and scavengers.(9) Yet a new study shows that some invertebrate carnivores choose their prey carefully, day by day.(10) Being omnivores, early human beings evolved in an environment in which they scavenged and hunted other animals for survival, just as other omnivores and carnivores do.(11) They included small, agile two- and four-legged forms, large four-legged carnivores , armored herbivores, and crocodile-like aquatic reptiles.(12) Seals and marine birds are also carnivores that dine at or near the top of the food chain (as did the extinct marine reptiles).(13) During this time, all the big herbivores and carnivores were great lumbering creatures; some of which may have been semi-aquatic, while others were fully terrestrial.(14) Plants also feed the marine life and animals the carnivores among us eat.(15) Salamanders are carnivores , feeding on insects, worms, and similar prey.(16) The rich fossil record from the early Eocene Bighorn Basin includes the remains of the most ancient primates, hoofed animals, and carnivores .
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