Omnivorous

  • (adj): Feeding on both plants and animals.

Some articles on omnivorous:

Cave Bear - Description and Biology - Dietary Habits
... Mountains had elevated levels of nitrogen-15 in their bones, indicative of omnivorous diets, although the values are within the range of those found for the strictly herbivorous mammoth ... and more so than any modern species of the genus Ursus, increasing evidence points to omnivorous diets, based both on regional variability of isotopic composition of bone remains indicative of ...
Maniraptora - Characteristics - Diet
... of older evidence, began to suggest that maniraptorans were a primarily omnivorous group, including a number of sub-groups that ate mainly plants, insects, or other ... studies of maniraptoran relationships began to more consistently show that herbivorous or omnivorous groups were spread throughout the Maniraptora, rather than ... that the ancestral maniraptoran must have been omnivorous, giving rise to several purely herbivorous groups (such as the therizinosaurs, primitive oviraptorosaurs, and some avialans) and that, among non-avians, only ...
Massospondylus - Paleobiology - Diet
... Prosauropods such as Massospondylus may have been herbivorous or omnivorous ... all recent studies favor a herbivorous or omnivorous lifestyle for these animals ... is similar to those of modern herbivorous or omnivorous iguanas ...
Omnivore - Omnivorous Species
... make either individual animals nor the species as a whole omnivorous ... Various mammals are omnivorous in the wild, such as the Hominidae, pigs, badgers, bears, coatis, hedgehogs, opossums, skunks, sloths, squirrels, raccoons, chipmunks, mice, and rats ... Various birds are omnivorous, with diets varying from berries and nectar to insects, worms, fish, and small rodents ...