The word omnivore comes from the Latin word “Omni” which means “all, everything,” and “Vore” means “to devour.” Genetically, human beings are omnivores. Omnivores are called as secondary consumers. They are the animals that eat both plants and animals. They eat some parts of plants besides all kinds of plants. Some of the substances in grains can’t digested by omnivores. Both fruits and vegetables are eaten by omnivores. They have an ability to survive in difficult conditions as well as they can adjust their diets. The endangered Kodiak bear is included among the largest terrestrial omnivore while ants are the smallest omnivores.
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