Differentiate between digestive tracts of carnivores and herbivores.
Digestive tract of carnivores :

1. Teeth of carnivores are pointed and sharp for killing their prey and tearing it into pieces small enough to swallow.

2. They have large stomach for food storage, since they eat large and infrequent meals.

4. They have shorter small intestine.

Digestive tract of herbivores ;

1. Teeth of herbivores are flat for crushing and grinding plant materials.

2. A herbivore has a smaller stomach, because it eats smaller amounts of food more frequently.

4. They have larger small intestine.