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The differences between herbivores, carnivores and omnivores are the following-
Who are herbivores?
The creatures which eats or consume just plants for their fulfilment are called herbivores. Examples of herbivores are cow, , deer, beetle, camel etc. They are considered to be first level of consumers. Generally the teeth of herbivores are not that sharp. The main use of their teeth is for crushing and grinding that is the reason why they are not that sharp. Salivary Glands are also present in herbivores.
Who are Carnivores?
The creatures which eats the life form of animals or meat are called Carnivores. Example of Carnivores are lion, bear, snake, wolf, etc. They are considered to be second level of consumers. As carnivours are meat eaters they have pretty sharp teeth that also helps them to shewing and tearing flesh. Salivary Glands are not really that developed and are small.
Who are Omnivores?
The creatures which eat both plant food just as meat of different are called omnivores.Best examples of omnivores are us the human beings, cows, bear, etc. They are considered as tertiary level of consumers. As omnivores are both plant and meat eater so they have sharp and not that sharp teeths.Salivary Glands are well developed.