An insectivore is a carnivorous plant or animal that eats insects.  An alternative term is entomophage,  which also refers to the human practice of eating insects.
Cleaner air also means that bats and insectivore birds are doing better as insect life increases.
Insectivore, the common name applied to any of 450 or so species of mammals—comprising hedgehogs, golden moles, “true” moles, “true” shrews, the moonrat ...
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The order Insectivora (from Latin insectum "insect" and vorare "to eat") is a now-abandoned biological grouping within the class of mammals.
insectivore (plural insectivores) Insect-eating animal or plant. An anteater is an insectivore with a long sticky tongue to catch its prey. ...
Indeed, one insectivore of the genus Sorex (the shrew-mouse genus) is the absolutely smallest mammal which is known to exist.
in·sec·ti·vore (ĭn-sĕk′tə-vôr′) n. 1. Any of various small, principally nocturnal mammals that characteristically feed chiefly on insects and other small ...
While insectivores abound in the wild, only two insect-eating mammal species are kept as household pets.
Insectivores are a group of mammals that include hedgehogs, moonrats, shrews, and moles. Insectivores are generally small mammals with nocturnal habits.