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Didn't know where else to post this... Rob's Living Dead Girl Royersford, Pennsylvania 3280 posts
status 16th May '13

I guess it could sort've be a debate. Depends on the answer to my question, really. :/



So we as a species are omnivores; we eat meat and vegetation. But my question is, would vegetarians only be herbivores since they don't eat meat? Or are they still omnivores biologically?



It's been bugging me lately..

Supafly★ 2 kids; Poland 14109 posts
16th May '13

All humans are omnivores. Vegetarians don't become a different species when they stop eating meat.

1inpink2inblue Switzerland 11961 posts
16th May '13
Quoting Rob's Living Dead Girl:" I guess it could sort've be a debate. Depends on the answer to my question, really. :/ So we as a species ... [snip!] ... only be herbivores since they don't eat meat? Or are they still omnivores biologically? It's been bugging me lately.."


They are still biologically omnivores.