Is a carnivore a meat eater?
Yes. Carnivores have sharp teeth in the front of the jaw (some with points; bicuspids/incisions), to cut, and tear meat from bone. The teeth toward the rear of the jaw are; wider/flat, by comparison. The rear teeth (molars) are for; crushing, grinding, etc.
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