I've had some meat stolen from me by ducks before.
Worse, I dropped some chicken once and they went after it...
Not sure about ducks, but I have seen Grey Squirrels steal bird eggs, and on occasion kill and eat young birds.
Both of those animals will occasionally exhibit omnivorous tendencies. Ducks feed on small aquatic invertebrates and fish, while squirrels may eat insects or exploit other sources. Meat is a highly desirable and efficient form of nutrition. However none of them are 'carnivores'.
Not in the same sense of the word that natural meat eaters are. Animals tend to eat whatever is available. Some are curious, too. I happen to be a vegetarian myself, after having been a meat eater, but will still occasionally partake.
This is an interesting question. I don't think ducks are carnivorous, squirrels could be though.
by Herbivore Lion 8 years ago
An omnivore is not a creature that just happens to eat both plants and meat; it is a creature that can thrive on a diet made up entirely of meat or entirely of plants. In order to do this you must be able to produce both vitamin C and the amino acid taurine within your body. Carnivores can produce...
by Paul 7 years ago
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by Dorotea Pospi 4 years ago
Guys, what do you think about the vegan diet for the cats?I keep on reading and watching videos, where poeple explain the vegan diets fo their cats. When are we pushing the boundries of the nature for our personal gains, ad when is it ok?
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