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Can one organism be a consumer, omnivore, predator and prey? Give an example that completely explains answer.

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  1. http://www.answers.com/Q/Can_one_organism_be_a_consumer_an_omnivore_a_predator_and_prey

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  2. Don't know

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    posted by Lauren
  3. igual donde kmox

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  4. Yes, it can be. One example is a fox

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    posted by Lilly
  5. NOTHING

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  6. maybe it can be a bacteria

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