omnivores

omnivores

The Truth is in the Tooth
August 17, 2009 · Be The First To Comment

When you take a bite into a juicy hamburger or dive into a pile of asparagus, do you ever wonder how you’re able to eat the way you do? Humans, by nature, are omnivores; this means that we eat fruits, veggies, and various meats. If you NEVER saw a person eat, though, you could still […]

Walk like a bird: a dino-track puzzle
June 19, 2009 · 1 Comment

Here’s a map of dino tracks, made by an Anomoepus. It was an Early Jurassic omnivore (ate plants and animals) but it had feet like those of early meat-eaters’. Run your finger around the tracks. Most of the time the Anomoepus was walking on its toes with the ankle way off the ground, the way a […]

Photo From You: Insect Identification
August 21, 2008 · 2 Comments

 A Mole Cricket photo provided by Rachel Drew Hello again, dear readers and bug lovers! I was very pleased to discover this week that we recieved a photo all the way from Virginia Beach, Virginia. This one can be a real head-scratcher for those of you who have never seen one before, which is probably most […]


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