A carnivore is an organism whose diet is primarily composed of meat. Insect carnivores include dragonflies and damselflies. Dragonflies and damselflies are agile fliers and hunt and catch prey (usually other insects) in flight using their legs. The prey is then devoured.
A photograph of an adult damselfly eating an aphid.
Other names for (or types of) Carnivore include:
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