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 Are seals carnivores?

Answer Seals are mammals belonging to the scientific order Carnivora and family Pinnipedia. All known species of seals are carnivores. Seals diet is predominately fish. According to National Geographic, t... Read More »
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Carnivores of the Taiga?

The taiga, also referred to sometimes as the boreal forest, is as well known for its conifer trees as for its diverse carnivores. Though it is the world's largest biome, or type of habitat, summert... Read More »
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Are all reptiles carnivores?

The vast majority of reptiles eat some form of meat, being either carnivorous or omnivorous. However, a few lizard species, primarily iguanas, most tortoises and adult green sea turtles are complet... Read More »
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Are raccoons carnivores?

Raccoons are opportunistic eaters, making them omnivorous. In the wild, they fish for crayfish, frogs and other aquatic creatures. They climb trees to search out eggs from nests, and forage for mi... Read More »
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