Is a cactus wren a carnivore or an herbivore or an omnivore?

Answer The Arizona cactus wren [Campylorhynchus brunneicapillus] is an omnivore, because it eats plants and animals. Its preferred diet includes insects, seeds, and small frogs and lizards. So it isn't an... Read More »

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Is a giraffe a herbivore?

Giraffes are inherently herbivores. Their primary source of food is the acacia tree, but the diet of a giraffe consists of any variety of shoots and leaves from shrubs and trees.Source:African Wild... Read More »

Is a shrew a carnivore?

Shrews are considered insectivores, which are a type of carnivore specializing in insects. However, some species, like the lesser tree shrew can also eat fruit. Other species, like the short-tailed... Read More »

Is a zebra a herbivore?

Zebras are herbivores that eat grass and plants. Because zebras don't get much nutrition from grass, they must eat a lot of it and tend to graze all day. They use their front teeth to cut the grass... Read More »

Is a hummingbird a herbivore?

Though the hummingbird's primary source of food--and the reason for its long beak and tongue--is nectar, hummingbirds also require protein in their diet, which they receive through eating insects. ... Read More »