Carnivorous teeth?

Answer Chimps don't eat meat. "Chimpanzees are omnivores (eating plants, fruit, and meat). They eat mostly fruit. In long dry seasons when fruit is scarce, tree seeds, flowers, and bark become an impor... Read More »

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Carnivorous Caterpillars?

The great majority of caterpillars are vegetarian. Out of the 160,000 or so known species of butterfly and moths, only around 1 percent are though to eat meat, primarily soft-bodied insects and spi... Read More »

How do carnivorous plants reproduce?

Carnivorous plants rely on insects as a source of nutrition but still carry out all the standard biological processes like other plants. Photosynthesis and reproduction are done same way as more mu... Read More »

Adaptations of Carnivorous Plants?

Carnivorous plants are some of the more fascinating members of the world's flora. While the Venus flytrap is the most-known carnivorous plants, there are actually 17 different genera of these plant... Read More »

How to Fertilize Carnivorous Plants?

Carnivorous plants thrive mainly on moist soil and insects, unlike most other plant breeds that require water and fertilizer that contain many nutrients. Since carnivorous plants rely on insects as... Read More »