A meat eating organism.
An animal that preys on other animals; especially any mammal of the Order Carnivora.
An animal that feeds on the flesh of other animals. (See PARASITISM and PREDATION.
An organism that feeds on animals (noun); same as zoophage; also noun carnivory and adjective carnivorous.
an insect that feeds on living animal
Animal that feeds on other animals. Compare herbivore, omnivore.
Meat-eating organisms. True carnivore mammals possess only a short intestine for digesting meat products.
that which feeds principally on animals.
Feeding exclusively on meat
An animal that ingests meat as its primary food source.
an organism who consumes only meat.
those animals that primarily eat meat.
Animals that eat other animals.
An organism that consumes another animal organism for its food
any animal that feeds on flesh; "Tyrannosaurus Rex was a large carnivore"; "insectivorous plants are considered carnivores"
a carnivorous mammal
an animal Animals are a major group of organisms, classified as the kingdom Animalia
an animal that eat s a diet consisting solely of meat , whether it comes from live animals or dead ( scavenging )
an animal that gets food from killing and eating other animals
A consumer (organism) that eats animals.
Animals whose diet normally includes only other animals.
A creature (or plant) that feeds on other creatures.
organism that feeds on animal tissue
an organism that consumes only animals
An animal whose diet consists mainly or entirely of meat. Carnivores are usually predators and hunt other animals. They are well-adapted for hunting and have strong jaws and teeth. Some carnivores will eat plant material as well as meat. Crepuscular Active during the evening and early morning hours.
An animal that lives by eating the flesh of other animals. See also Herbivore; Insectivore; Omnivore.
An organism who has a diet comprised of living animals. Purple Martins are carnivores.
Animal that eats only animals
animals that eats other animals
An animal that feeds principally o...
any meat-eating organism
An animal that eats mostly other animals. A predator. A few plants are also carnivorous.
Animals who hunt and eat other animals; meat eater (e.g., sharks).
An animal that eats other animals. Examples include wolves, lions and spiders.
Literally, an organism that eats meat. Most carnivores are animals, but a few fungi, plants, and protists are as well.
An organism that eats meat. Most carnivores are animals, but some fungi, plants, and protists may be too.
An animal that eats the flesh of other animals.
Eats animal matter.
An animal that eats meat.
An animal (or sometimes plant) that feeds on animals.
hungry of the meat.
an animal that eats other animals (A Timber Rattlesnake is a carnivore.)
commonly used to describe any meat-eater, it also refers to a specific group of related mammals (bears, raccoons, hyena, cats, dogs, weasels, mongooses)
Carnivores are animals that eat meat. Carnivorous animals often have sharp teeth and powerful jaws.
An animal that feeds on other animals. Typically mammals such as mountain lions, river otters, and wolves; but can also include snakes and raptors.
an animal that feeds primarily on other animals.
A meat-eating animal.
animals that eat meat only
A creature that eats meat
Meat eater; secondary consumer.
An animal that only eats other animals.
any organism that eats other consumers (sometimes referred to as "meat eaters")
a secondary or tertiary consumer; an animal that eats other animals
A controversial email surveillance tool being developed by the FBI. When installed at an ISP, it monitors the communication that passes through the servers. Theoretically, it will pick out only information that falls under the strict bounds of a court order—the "meat" of the data—but critics fear that the tool will be misused or that the technology will not work correctly. Because the name "Carnivore" was unpopular, the FBI recently renamed the tool DCS1000.
species that feeds on other organisms.
"Meat" eaters; organisms that eat other organisms.
an organism that eats meat. A predatory organism that feeds on the bodies of other animals.
carnivorous: an animal or plant that feeds on meat.
one who eats meat
Animals who hunt and eat other animals; meat eater. Sharks are a good example.
An animal that eats meats.
organism that eats meat for energy.
An animal who eats only meat.
an organism that eats only meat. The gray wolf and salmon are examples of carnivores.
An animal that feeds principally on the meat of other animals.
An organism that obtains its food energy by eating animals. See Secondary consumer. CCF - One hundred cubic feet of water or natural gas. One CCF of natural gas is about equal to one therm.
an animal (predator) that kills and eats other animals (prey).
an organism that feeds primarily on other animals.
A species that lives primarily meat (member of the Order Carnivora).
A flesh eater, an animal that eats other animals.
Heterotrophic organism that consumes living animals or the parts of living animals for food. Examples of carnivores include lions, cheetahs, leopards, frogs, snakes, hawks, and spiders. A carinore can also be called a secondary consumer or tertiary consumer. Also see herbivore, detritivore, scavenger, and omnivore.
Species that feed on other organisms
An organism which only feeds on animals
Carnivores are animals that eat meat. They usually have sharp teeth and powerful jaws. The toothed whales are carnivores.
an animal that uses other animals as a food source.
An animal whose diet is made up primarily of the flesh of other animals. The preeminent carnivore of the North Woods is, of course, the Grey Wolf ( Canis lupus). From the Latin, caro, "flesh", and vorare, "to swallow."
an animal that gets its energy through the consumption of other animals.
A living thing that eats only other animals. An example of a carnivore is a mountain lion.
Carnivores are animals that eat flesh. Only a few rare butterflies eat rotting animal flesh.
A carnivore , meaning 'meat eater' (Latin carne meaning 'flesh' and vorare meaning 'to devour'), is an animal with a diet consisting mainly of meat, whether it comes from animals living or dead (scavenging). Some animals are considered carnivores even if their diets contain very little meat (e.g., predatory arthropods such as spiders or mantids that may rarely consume small vertebrate prey). Animals that subsist on a diet consisting only of meat are referred to as obligate carnivores.