Definition Of scavengers
an animal that feeds on carrion, dead plant material, or refuse.
Experts on the red kite - a spectacular bird with a wingspan of up to 6ft - say it is essentially a scavenger which feeds on carrion rather than attacking sheep or game birds.
Example Of scavengers
According to Alamsyah, most of the squatters in the area work as garbage men, scavengers and do other odd jobs.
All that is left is a grim arena where matter is collected by scavengers and transformed into useful merchandise.
Although the scavengers could also collect organic trash that can be transformed into organic fertilizer, most of them are loath to touch the putrifying garbage.
Before the stallholders could even open the boot, scavengers were on the back seat searching for tarnished gold.
Carcasses left by wolves supply food for scavengers such as ravens, eagles, magpies, and wolverines.