So, do you think other animals shouldn't eat other animals? Im just asking, because we are also animals. We also have the physical jaw and teeth set that are omnivorous. You know plant and meat eating is fine for us? Like seriously, your more anthropocentric than anyone. You think we are the exception to the kingdom. We aren't. Hell we are reaching the limit of our survivable-ness. I understand there are some jank practices. But, like are you thick enough to think we are the exception?
Lol, you’re calling me anthropocentric? You, who thinks we’re entitled to eating other animals and contributing to their suffering when we can easily eat other food? ANd lol, how are we an ‘exception’ if we eat plantbased food? Do you know who else eat plant based food? Cows, goats, elephants, monkeys, sheep, giraffes, rabbits, deer, hippo’s, horses etc etc. So we’re definitely not an exception.
And ah yes, the physical jaw and teeth set that prove we are omnivores. Lets look at human teeth first.
Now lets look at some common omnivorous animals teeth. This is bear teeth , dog teeth , opossom teeth
How do our mighty human canines compare to these?
Lets take a look at the teeth of herbivorous animals. Cow teeth , goat teeth , zebra teeth . All look suspiciously close to human teeth don’t they? Our canines are tiny and they are not made for tearing meat. You would never be able to tear raw meat with your teeth, and even for cooked meat you require a fork and knife.
Now for jaws. How do you chew your food? Your jaw moves from side to side. Only herbivores jaws move from side to side. A dog or a lion’s jaw cannot do that, their jaws move up and down to chew, not side to side. You will not get any chewing done if you move your jaw up and down, you HAVE to move it from side to side in order to chew. So there, human beings have naturally herbivorous jaws as well.
Of course I’m not against natural carnivores and omnivores eating meat. A lion does not breed animals and keep them in cruel conditions. A lion does not make an industry out of animal suffering. A lion hunts for their own meat by themselves, and only kills to eat and survive. They cannot survive on a plant-based diet, but human beings can, and that is the difference.