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Glossary of Terms & Definitions
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Herbivore

An animal that eats only plants. Also see:

omnivore, carnivore, insectivore, predator, prey, consumer

    Herbivores - Desert Wildlife

    An herbivore is an animal that eats only plants and no meat. However, many herbivores will eat eggs and occasionally other animal protein. ...

    Desert Wildlife

    An herbivore is an animal that eats only plants and no meat. However, many herbivores will eat ... Insectivores. Any animal with a diet that consists ...

    Desert Cottontail Rabbit

    Cottontails may compete for food with sympatric herbivores such as domestic livestock, deer, ground squirrels, hares, and various invertebrates. ...

    Desert Animals - Desert Wildlife

    An herbivore is an animal that eats only plants and no meat. However, many herbivores will eat ... Insectivore Any animal with a diet that consists chiefly ...

    Jackrabbit

    Hawks, coyotes and bobcats are among the predators that regularly hunt jackrabbits.

    Desert Animals

    The animals that eat only plants, like the cottontail and chuckwalla, are called herbivores. The body of an animal also contains liquid in its blood and ...

    Wildlife at Hoover Dam

    The desert tortoise is a herbivore, meaning it eats only plants, such as grasses, blossoms, and cactus. It can be found grazing in the mornings and late ...

    Desert Tortoise - Desert Wildlife

    The Desert tortoise is an herbivore. Grasses form the bulk of its diet, but it also eats a wide variety of herbs, annual wildflowers, some shrubs, ...

    Bighorn Sheep

    Lifespan: Bighorns can live 10 to 15 years. Typical diet: mainly grasses, sedges and forbs. Also see > Mammal: Prey: Herbivore: Diurnal Habitat: ...

    Wild Burro - Desert Wildlife

    Wildlife: Herbivore - Mammal - Feral Animal. Wild Burro (Feral Ass). Equus asinus. Family: Equidae Order: Perissodactyla Class: Mammalia ...

    Predators - Desert Wildlife

    The prey might typically be a herbivore, but some predators feed on anything they can capture, including other predators. As prey have developed defenses ...

    Wild Horses

    Wildlife: Herbivore - Mammal - Feral Animal. Wild Horse (Feral Horse). Equus caballus. Family: Equidae Order: Perissodactyla Class: Mammalia ...

    Kangaroo Rat

    Wildlife: Herbivore - Mammal. Merriam's Kangaroo Rat. Dipodomys merriami. Family: HETEROMYIDAE Order: RODENTIA Class: MAMMALIA ...

    Mule Deer - Desert Wildlife

    Desert Wildlife: Herbivore - Mammal. Mule Deer. Family: Cervidae Order: Artiodactyla Class: Mammalia. DISTRIBUTION, ABUNDANCE, AND SEASONALITY ...

    White-tailed Antelope Squirrel

    Females bear from 3 to 9 young within about 28 days after mating. The males play no role in the rearing of the young. Also see > Mammal: Prey: Herbivore: ...
The tortoise and chuckwalla are the largest of the desert reptilian herbivores

Juvenile tortoise

Chuckwalla
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