Omnivores are organisms that have a diet consisting of both plant and animal matter. They have the ability to consume and digest a wide range of food sources, including fruits, vegetables, seeds, nuts, insects, meat, and fish. Some examples of omnivores include humans, bears, pigs, raccoons, and certain species of birds and primates. Omnivores play an important role in ecosystems as they help to control populations of other organisms, contribute to nutrient cycling, and have the flexibility to adapt to different food sources based on availability.
- Photographed from left to right: Gray Fox, Red Fox, Raccoon
- Sold as-is without further cleaning
- Measurements are taken along the outer curve
- All North American species
- Gray Fox Baculum Length 5 cm (2 in.)
- Red Fox Baculum Length 5 cm (2 in.)
- Raccoon Baculum Length 13.2 cm (5.2 in.)