Macroorganisms that feed on other animals. Includes ant, beetle, centipede, enchytraed, fly, mite, mole, scorpion, slug, snail, spider, springtail.
Animals that eat only meat.
Organisms that mainly prey upon animals.
are animals which only eat other animals. For example, lions, tigers, orca and foxes all hunt and kill their prey.
Carnivores are animals that eat meat. They usually have sharp teeth and powerful jaws. The toothed whales are carnivores.
animals that feed on the flesh of other animals.
n. Phylum Chordata. Any mainly, or exclusively meat-eating organism; alternatively, any member of the order Carnivora in the phylum Chordata.
kaikiko Animals that eat other animals. Cats/ngeru Cats are not native to New Zealand. They were brought here by early European settlers as pets, and some of the cats escaped into the wild. These wild, or feral, cats are a major predator of native birds and lizards. They are very good hunters and they can kill even large birds like kiwi and penguins. Cats also eat mice, rats and rabbits, but if they can't find enough of these animals, they must feed on native species. Wild cats are often poisoned or trapped to prevent them from killing rare or vulnerable prey species.
meat eating consumers.
Meat eating animals
Latin: carnis = flesh + vovare = to devour. Animals that eat other animals.
Term applied to a heterotroph, usually an animal, that eats other animals. Carnivores function as secondary, tertiary, or top consumers in food chains and food webs.
carnivores feed strictly on meat
animals that eat other animals. If they feed on herbivores they are called first-order carnivores. If they feed on other carnivores they are called second-order carnivores.
animals that eat other animals as opposed to herbivores, which eat only plants.
Animals that feed on other animals or material of animal origin.
Organisms that consume animals or insects for sustenance.
The name given to predators that lived on the flesh of other creatures.