omnivorous


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omnivorous

eating food of both animal and vegetable origin, or any type of food indiscriminately
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maurus has been seen elsewhere rolling and enjoying dung from other omnivorous animals, including carrion, pigs, cattle and even elephants, so the researchers speculate that it may have expanded its food preferences due to scarcity of usual sources.
The hearty combination of starchy pasta coated in a slick of salt-kissed cream was a lifeline for me until I eventually figured out what I was missing and joined the realm of the omnivorous.
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Coleman paid close attention to his small plot of land sheltered by the Niagara Escarpment and deftly chronicles such events and issues as an enchanting omnivorous deer, the secret life of water, and the ongoing tension between human needs and the environment.
Oswald's Gallery Alex Taves, a longtime creative director, left Toronto to open this bright gallery and shop; named for Roald Dahl's omnivorous Uncle Oswald character, the shop showcases Hamilton artists, live music and goods made in the area, like the owner's"pop-surrealist" graphic T-shirts.
The reductions were found to be greater compared to omnivorous diets.
Native to the Americas, Tayra are an omnivorous animal from the weasel family and are renowned for being difficult to breed in captivity, adding to the staffs' delight.
They are an omnivorous species that feed on fruits, berries, coffee beans, insects and small mammals.
While the lowest densities are recorded for the omnivorous predators (Mononchus sp.
Researchers from Oregon State University speculate that the insect is omnivorous and ate mites as well as fungi.
The body composition and fatty acid profile of two carnivorous fishes Wallago attu, Aorichthys aor and an omnivorous fish Oreochromis mossambicus from Indus River been determined by Memon et al.
Formula of compound additives for omnivorous fishes