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Meaning of Carnivoran from wikipedia

- specialized in primarily eating flesh. Its members are formally referred to as carnivorans, though some species are omnivorous, such as raccoons and bears, and...
- Eupleridae is a family of carnivorans endemic to Madagascar and comprising 10 known living species in seven genera, commonly known as euplerids, Malagasy...
- Feloidea) is a suborder within the order Carnivora consisting of "cat-like" carnivorans, including cats (large and small), hyenas, mongooses, viverrids, and...
- po****tions of Carnivora species. This list is not comprehensive, as not all carnivorans have had their numbers quantified. Biology portal Mammals portal Lists...
- Gulo is a genus of carnivoran mammals in the family Mustelidae. It contains one extant species, the wolverine (G. gulo), as well as several extinct ones...
- Bears are carnivoran mammals of the family Ursidae. They are cl****ified as caniforms, or doglike carnivorans. Although only eight species of bears are...
- estimated shoulder height of 3.6 or even 4 m (12–13 ft). The largest carnivoran as well as the largest pinniped is the southern elephant seal (Mirounga...
- This list contains the species in the order Carnivora. Genus Acinonyx Cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus) Genus Caracal Caracal (Caracal caracal) African golden...
- skulls show that the miacids were less developed than modern carnivorans. They had carnivoran-type carn****ials, but lacked fully ossified auditory bullae...
- Caniformia is a suborder within the order Carnivora consisting of "dog-like" carnivorans. They include dogs, bears, wolves, foxes, raccoons, badgers, seals and...
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