|one who eats too much; glutton||overeater|
|aardvark, anteater, type of animal with a long nose which eats ants||ant bear|
|African mammal that eats termites, striped mammal native of southern and eastern Africa that has the characteristics of a hyena and feeds mainly on insects and especially termites||aardwolf|
|American bird, insect-eating songbird, type of bird that eats insects, tyrant flycatcher||flycatcher|
|animal that eats anything, creature that eats both meat and vegetables, creature that eats all kinds of food, somebody with wide interests||omnivore|
|animal that eats its own species, human being that eats human flesh, any animal that eats its own kind, somebody who eats human flesh||cannibal|
|animal that only eats plants, plant-eating animal, herbivorous animal||herbivore|
|any of a number of birds that eat insects and have grey or blue feathers, bird that eats insects||vireo|
|aquatic webbed-foot mammal that has thick smooth fur and eats fish and is related to weasels and minks (found world-wide); fur of the otter, otter fur, water-loving animal||otter|
|beetle that eats leaves||leaf chafer|
|beetle that eats organic materials||dermestid|
|body-snatching demon, evil spirit, somebody morbidly interested in repulsive things, ghost, demon who robs graves and eats corpses; one who robs graves; one who enjoys disgusting or revolting things||ghoul|
|consumer, one who eats, one who devours, person or animal that eats something||eater|
|continuing problem, irrational fear; difficult problem; goblin that eats naughty children (Folklore), monster, source of fear||bugbear|
|eats dung, nourished by feces (common in certain beetles, birds, etc.)||coprophagous|
|excluding meat and fish, of or relating to vegetarians;, consisting of vegetables, not containing meat, one who only eats vegetables, one who does not eat meat, herbivore, somebody not eating meat or fish||vegetarian|
|feeds on fruit, eats fruit, frugivorous||carpophagous|
|finch that eats pine cone seeds, siskin||pine siskin|
|fly that eats other insects||snipe fly|
|food lover, overeater; glutton; greedy person||gourmand|
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