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Omnivore – Organism that eats both plants and animals

An omnivore is an animal that eats both vegetation and other animals for energy

Omm, omm, omm (omnivore) was the noise coming from the huge mouth as it ate its way through everything.

Example

Raccoons have a very wide omnivorous eating from insects and fish to berries and other vegetation

Raccoons are omnivores with a very wide-ranging diet. They will eat fish meat, fruit berries, insects and vegetation.

Chimpanzees are omnivores preying on deer, small animals and vegetation, they are also known for killing and eating other chimpanzees 

Contrary to what many people think, chimpanzees are in fact omnivores and will hunt in groups for deer and small animals such as monkeys, they have even been known to kill and eat other chimpanzees from neighbouring groups.

Badgers are omnivorous creatures that mainly eat worms, berries and vegetation but sometimes can be peckish for a small animal to keep their diets in check

Badgers are an example of an omnivore found in Britain. They eat worms, grubs, nuts, berries, eggs and vegetation as well occasionally supplementing their diet with small mammals such as young rabbits, rats, squirrels and birds.

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