Wild animals are animals that are wild, well. This means that it isn't tame and it lives on its own without any help from people. A wild animal finds its own food, shelter, water and its needs in a specific natural habitat (can be field, wood, ponds, park). Wild animals play a key role in enhancing the health and fertility of soil by improving its nutrients. Their dung and urine help replenish the nutrient content of the soil by providing it with enriching minerals.
Most of the wild animals are dangerous, some of them carry diseases or fatal to humans. Diseases include: rabies, polio, tuberculosis, salmonella, distemper etc.
There are wild animals which we call carnivores because they eat meat, examples can be lion, wolve, hyena, jaguar etc.
Herbivores are those that eat grass and plants, can be rhinos, elephant, giraffes, zebras etc.
There are some of them which are omnivores they eat both meat and plants, which are opossum, ostrich, fennec fox, raccoons etc.
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