Omnivores eat animals, plants, algae, and fungi. They can be small insects like ants or large creatures like humans.
Humans eat plants such as vegetables and fruit. We also eat animals cooked as meat.
Bears are omnivores too. They eat plants like berries and animals like salmon and deer.
The largest land omnivore is the endangered Kodiak bear. Kodiak bears can grow up to 10 feet tall and weigh up to 680 kilograms. The smallest omnivores are ants. The pharaoh ant is one of the smallest ants which grows to 1 - 2 millimetres.
Omnivores often have long sharp teeth to rip meat and molars to crush plant material. Some omnivores have no teeth such as chickens.