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Mammals. A mammal is a something that does lay eggs, therefore humans aren’t mammals. Insects eat mammals. Here are some pitchers of mammals…. Carnivores.

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Mammals

Mammals

A mammal is a something that does lay eggs, therefore humans aren’t mammals.

Insects eat mammals. Here are some pitchers of mammals…


Carnivores

Carnivores

  • A carnivore is meat eater, people are not carnivores. Carnivores eat other animals. Carnivores catches after deer and that stuff and they save it for lunch. Here are some carnivores…


Herbivores

Herbivores

  • A herbivore is a living species that eat meat and leafs. We are a herbivores unless you are an vegetarian. There are lots of herbivores that I know of. Here are some herbivores…


Omnivores

Omnivores

  • An omnivore is an vegetarian so that mean they eat leafs and that stuff. A omnivore doesn't at meat. Here are some pitchers of omnivores.


Invertebrates

Invertebrates

  • An invertebrates is any animal that has no back bone. There are lots of animals with no back bone. Here are some invertebrate…


Reptiles

Reptiles

  • Reptiles are cold blooded. all Reptiles lay lots of eggs. Today there are 6,800 reptile species on earth. The major groups are alligators and crocodiles, turtles, lizards, and snakes. Here are some reptiles…


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