What is the order of Carnivora?
What are the major carnivore orders?
What is the defining morphological characteristic of carnivores?
Carnivores can be told by their enlarged canine teeth, by the presence of three pairs of incisors in each jaw (with rare exceptions), and by the shape of their molar teeth. In humans and in many other mammals, the molars are flattened and are used for grinding food.
What do all carnivores have in common?
What defines Carnivora?
1 capitalized : an order of eutherian mammals that are mostly carnivorous and have teeth adapted for flesh eating. 2 : carnivorous animals especially : members of the order Carnivora. Other Words from carnivora.