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Is a flamingo herbivore or carnivore?
the flamingo is a herbivore.
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No, because they eat small fish. shrimp, algae, and other small creatures found in shallow water. Flamingos are omnivores.
flamingos are indeed carnivores, they eat shrimp and fish. Well, flamingos are not carnivores, yes they do eat shrimp not fish, but yes, shrimp, crab, lobster, anyway they al…so eat plants, so they are Omnivores. They eat both plants and animals
Flamingos are carnivores because their main food source is shrimp and other small creatures that live in shallow water.
Flamingos are omnivorous; they mainly eat tiny [pink] shrimp in water and [pink] flies that fly above the water, hence their pink color. They also eat algea, seeds, and small …crustaceans. When they are born, they're white-ish yellow, but turn pink because of their diet.
Because the very social flamingos regularly consume plant matter (algae) and animals (brine shrimps, etc...) they qualify to be omnivores. See the related Wikipedia lin…k listed below for more information: Yes, flamingos eat microscopic plants. yes flamingos are omnivores
Flamingos are omnivores, they eat algae, a vegetation, shrimp, and other small creatures found in shallow water.
Herbivores eat plants. Carnivores eat animals. Omnivores eat both plants and animals. A Herbivore is like an animal that is a vegetarian. A Carnivore is an animal that …only consumes meat. Herbivore means it eats plant only. Carnivore means it eats animal only. Some examples of herbivore are orangutans and caterpillars. Some examples of carnivore are tigers and lions.
Herbivore eats plants, and a carnivore eats meat.
they are usually carnivores
'Carnivore's' are meat eaters. 'Herbivores' eat plants. (Omnivores will eat anything!)
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Carnivorous are meat eaters, but herbivores are livings thing that don't eat meat.
Carnivore eats meat and a Herbivore does not eat meat but eats plants; like a fox (carnivore) and a rabbit (herbivore).
It's all about the energy transferring from the sun, to the plants (grass, for example). Then an herbivore eats the producer (the grass) and thus the energy is once again tran…sferred. Then, a carnivore will take the energy from the herbivore by eating it. Lastly, decomposers feast on the carcass of the carnivore, taking it's energy. Without any of these, the chain would be broken and the entire system offset. Hope this helped :)
Flamingos are mostly carnivores as they feast on crustaceans, particularly bone shrimp, Artemis salima, etc.)Marked as bad question as the author should learn how to spell and… ask proper questions that require more than 150 characters to answer.