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omnivoreom‧ni‧vore /ˈɒmnəvɔː $ ˈɑːmnəvɔːr/ noun [countable]  HBAan animal that eats both meat and plantscarnivore, herbivore
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omnivoreThe first is that nature itself is an omnivore.Marine fish can first be categorised into carnivores, herbivores and omnivores.They are omnivores of vicarious experience but often queasy around its manifestations.Bold gross feeding omnivores represent a similar problem as anyone who has ever kept a Triggerfish, will confirm.
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