What is a homologous structure? It is an example of an organ or bone with similar underlying anatomical features found in different animals. These structures support the idea that the different animals descend from a common ancestor and serve as evidence of evolution.
An omnivore animal is one that eats both plants and animals, which may include eggs, insects, fungi, meat, and algae. Many omnivores evolved to their current state after several years and are opportunistic feeders. They rely on both vegetation and animal protein to remain healthy. Let's enjoy some (occasionally surprising) examples of omnivores.