Lecture on Omnivores

Some animals don’t fit neatly into a single category because they have wider tastes. These animals, that feed on a combination of plants and animals, are called Omnivores. Major purpose of this lecture is to present on Omnivores. They eat plants, but not all kinds of plants. They can’t digest some of the substances in grains or other plants that do not produce fruit. They can eat fruits and vegetables, though. Some of the insect omnivores in this simulation are pollinators, which are very important to the life cycle of some kinds of plants.