carnivore

All Noun
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  • This is because carnivorous plants cannot gain mass as fast as non-carnivores.
  • The first Carnivore album was heavily influenced by the contemporary New York metal scene.
  • There are also several other smaller carnivores in the reserve.
  • It was a carnivore and probably preyed upon fish and other small animals.
  • It has a natural habitat covering many species, and formerly there were many carnivores living in the area.
  • Some animals, particularly carnivores, also use teeth for hunting or for defensive purposes.
  • During her life, this carnivore received several injuries and suffered from numerous pathologies.
  • They were small-to-large carnivores with sharp teeth and three claws on each hand.
  • And the great carnivore lay directly in her path. Cited from The Chessman of Mars, Edgar R. Burroughs
  • It is an extremely aggressive carnivore that will eat anything in its sight.
  • Many of the carnivores died anyway, and other, non-dangerous species had to be released.
  • These carnivores are very closely related to actual cats, and as such, they are hard to tell apart.
  • It results in data which shows which forest beat possess how many, of what sex/age and which type of large carnivore.
  • Again, the only carnivores to whom they seem to have supplied food were reptiles of their own race. Cited from The Story of Evolution, by Joseph McCabe
  • The similar lifestyles of the two carnivores may have resulted in competition for the same food sources.
  • He celebrates carnivores in nature because of the significant ecological role they play.
  • In order to house carnivores such as their big cats, three large paddocks were built.
  • Carnivores can obtain much of their water needs from the body fluids of their prey.
  • Many other carnivores shut down in some seasons.
  • Carnivores, for example, will attack specific other animals for food, and certain animals hunt in packs.
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Words starting with carnivore

Meaning of carnivore

  • noun A terrestrial or aquatic flesh-eating mammal
    terrestrial carnivores have four or five clawed digits on each limb
  • noun Any animal that feeds on flesh
    Tyrannosaurus Rex was a large carnivore, insectivorous plants are considered carnivores