Definition of Omnivorous. Meaning of Omnivorous. Synonyms of Omnivorous

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Definition of Omnivorous

Omnivorous
Omnivorous Om*niv"o*rous, a. [L. omnivorus; omnis all + vorate to eat greedily. See Voracious.] All-devouring; eating everything indiscriminately; as, omnivorous vanity; esp. (Zo["o]l.), eating both animal and vegetable food. -- Om*niv"o*rous*ness, n.

Meaning of Omnivorous from wikipedia

- behavior, and phylogeny of one omnivorous species might be very different from that of another: for instance, an omnivorous pig digging for roots and scavenging...
- their cl****ification as omnivorous. Piranhas belong to the subfamily Serrasalminae, which includes closely related omnivorous fish such as pacus. Traditionally...
- placed this species within the Oeceticus genus and amended its epithet to omnivorous. However this was not accepted by other taxonomists. Like other bagworms...
- cacomistles. Procyonids inhabit a wide range of environments and are generally omnivorous. Procyonids are relatively small animals, with generally slender bodies...
- ambush hunters. Caniforms tend more toward omnivorous and opportunity-based feeding. However, omnivorous feliforms also exist, particularly in the family...
- the morphology of the head, and is the only shark species known to be omnivorous. Characterized by a broad, smooth, spade-like head, it has the smallest...
- The sable (Martes zibellina) is a species of marten, a small omnivorous mammal primarily inhabiting the forest environments of Russia, from the Ural Mountains...
- The suborder Suina (also known as Suiformes) is a lineage of omnivorous, non-ruminant artiodactyl mammals that includes the pigs and peccaries of the families...
- Type of small omnivorous rodent...
- allow them to digest cellulose. Some modern species, such as pigs, are omnivorous, while some prehistoric species, such as mesonychians, were carnivorous...
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