Question : omnivore,carnivore or herbivore?
Answer : Parts of both the physiology and anatomy of our digestive system resemble a carnivore (stomach, large intestine for example) while other parts resemble a herbivore (small intestine). Obviously our evolutionary past included alternating trends in either direction. With traits of both herbivory and carnivory, the correct answer, as others have stated is that we are generally omnivorous.
Also note that cultural practices vary, so that while our digestive system is classed as omnivorous, humans can choose to be entirely carnivorous (Lapland reindeer herders of the north) or entirely herbivorous (Quechuan potato farmers of the Andes).
Question : Animals are part of the food chain and keep ecosystems in balance - Explain this to me, please?
Answer : Animals can be either a herbivore, omnivore or carnivore. The bottom of the food chain will always be a food producer. Then the food producers would be eaten up by either small omnivores or herbivores, then either small omnivores or carnivores, then big omnivores or carnivores. Imagine.
If chickens eat rice, then man eats only chickens, it would be a balanced food web. However, if there were no chickens to eat rice, then there would be nothing to eat for mankind! Doesn't it make sense?
Question : im writing a classification essay, and need a thesis staement (topic sentence) any suggestions, then i need a thesis for my next 3 paragraphs...so i need on for each (omnivores. herbivores, and carnivores) i know a little about them but can anyone please elaborate on them?
Answer : Omnivores are any animal that eat anything, humans for example are considered omnivores.
Herbivires are animals that only eat plants, nothing else, giraffes for example.
And Carnivores are animals that eat pure meat!! Like lions and crap!
For a thesis statement you can put: Did you know that not all animals eat the same things?