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Desert Wildlife

Desert Omnivores

Omnivores are animals which consume both other animals and plants as part of their typical diet. The coyote and raven are two well known examples of successful desert omnivores. This includes small animals which are somewhat insectivorous, such as certain mice and rats. The white-tailed antelope squirrel is omnivorous, eating both seeds and insects.

List of Omnivores

Coyote
Raven




Raven, the successful omnivore of the skies

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