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CLASSIFICATION OF ANIMALS ACCORDING TO THE FOOD THEY EAT

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CLASSIFICATION OF ANIMALS ACCORDING TO THE FOOD THEY EAT
HERBIVORES
CARNIVORES
OMNIVORES
Description
- herbivores are animals that
derive all their energy
from plants.

- animals that are anatomically
and physiologically adapted
to plant material

Kinds
1.) grazers- herbivores that search for and eat grass and seeds found on the ground

2.) browsers- herbivores that search for and eat parts of larger plants like twigs, leaves and shoots
Habitat
They can be found in:
- stream ponds
-swaps with ton of
trees
-damp places that are
usually tropical and
warm.
Description
- animals that eat other animals.

- animals that derives its energy and nutrient requirements from a diet consisting mainly or exclusively of
animal tissue
Kinds
1.) obligate carnivores - animals
that depend solely on animal
flesh for their nutrient
requirements

2.) facultative carnivores - animals
that consume non-animal food are considered
Habitat
They can be found in:
- wet and dry lands
Role to the Ecosystem
- by eating their prey, they
keep numbers down as well
as consuming the sick or
otherwise infirm.
Description
- animals that eats either other animals
or plants.

- animals that derives its energy and nutrients from a diet consisting of a variety of sources that may include plants, animals, algae and fungi.
Habitat
They can be found in:
- lot of woods
- farmlands
- woodland areas
Role to the ecosystem
- they help keep
levels of animals
and plants neutral.
Role to the ecosystem
- they eat seeds from plants
and then defecate the seeds
elsewhere, which helps
promote vegetation growth
in the ecosystem.
Examples

1.) Kangaroo


2.) Deer


3.) Giraffe


4.) Zebra


5.) Sheep
Examples
1.) Tiger

2.) Shark


3.) Crocodile

4.) Lion


5.) Hyena
Examples
1.) Wild boar



2.) Skunk



3.) Bear



4.) Chicken



5.) Monkey
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