In what way do the teeth of herbivores, carnivores and omnivores differ?
Carnivore - such as the Tasmanian devil, have well developed canine teeth for tearing meat from bones.
Herbivore - such as the whiptail wallaby, have incisor teeth that enable them to clip the grass and other vegetation that they eat. There is an absence of canine teeth.
Omnivore - such as humans, have teeth that are appropriate for a varied diet.
Gnawing Animal - such as rats, have well developed incisor teeth that enable them to gnaw through heavy grasses, twigs and in some cases, trees.