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Aren't carnivorous animals really all omnivores as they eat plant material as they eat the prey's guts?

 
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Aren't carnivorous animals really all omnivores as they eat plant material as they eat the prey's guts?
Steak and salad (bit fermented) diet really?
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Re: Aren't carnivorous animals really all omnivores as they eat plant material as they eat the prey's guts?
When you eat a plant that is alive you eat life.

When you eat a meat it was dead when you ate it, so you ate death.
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Re: Aren't carnivorous animals really all omnivores as they eat plant material as they eat the prey's guts?
Fuckin vegan semantics
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Re: Aren't carnivorous animals really all omnivores as they eat plant material as they eat the prey's guts?
Steak and salad (bit fermented) diet really?
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Just an observation that perhaps there are no 100% carnivores in the sense that guts with plant material in them are eaten, perhaps as one of the first parts of the prey consumed. Maybe humans on a carnivore diet are the only true carnivores.
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Re: Aren't carnivorous animals really all omnivores as they eat plant material as they eat the prey's guts?
Predators dont often eat the guts. Moron.
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Re: Aren't carnivorous animals really all omnivores as they eat plant material as they eat the prey's guts?
When you eat a plant that is alive you eat life.

When you eat a meat it was dead when you ate it, so you ate death.
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The plant is usually dead when you eat it...
A.I.B.I.A.
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Re: Aren't carnivorous animals really all omnivores as they eat plant material as they eat the prey's guts?
Predators dont often eat the guts. Moron.
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Are you so sure? [link to www.quora.com (secure)]

"Depending on the hunger and fitness of the lion in the pride, they will also eat the intestines or, if they are consistently well fed, they may leave the very end of the large intestines for the scavengers. About the only thing on a large prey animal that a predator won’t consistently eat are the large bones—simply because they are so difficult to consume. The big cats and canids, however, will gnaw on bones to extract every bit of nutrition they are able and if the bone is small enough, they will expend considerable energy to crack that bone open to get at the marrow.
Most predators eat most or all of their prey."
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Re: Aren't carnivorous animals really all omnivores as they eat plant material as they eat the prey's guts?
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Re: Aren't carnivorous animals really all omnivores as they eat plant material as they eat the prey's guts?
Predators dont often eat the guts. Moron.
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Are you so sure? [link to www.quora.com (secure)]

"Depending on the hunger and fitness of the lion in the pride, they will also eat the intestines or, if they are consistently well fed, they may leave the very end of the large intestines for the scavengers. About the only thing on a large prey animal that a predator won’t consistently eat are the large bones—simply because they are so difficult to consume. The big cats and canids, however, will gnaw on bones to extract every bit of nutrition they are able and if the bone is small enough, they will expend considerable energy to crack that bone open to get at the marrow.
Most predators eat most or all of their prey."
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