Carnivores Examples of carnivores include the wolf, coyote and fox.
Carnivores are meat-eating mammals which have teeth along the sides of their jaws for cutting or “shearing” their food. Examples of carnivores include the wolf, coyote and fox.
Although black bears are grouped with the carnivores, they are actually omnivorous. This means that their diet is a mixture of both meat and plant material. Similar to humans, they have both carnivore teeth to cut meat and flat-topped teeth to crush vegetation.