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predator

any carnivorous animal

predator

[′pred·əd·ər]
(ecology)
An animal that preys on other animals as a source of food.
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Initial demonstrations resulted in an invitation for Seatronics to demonstrate the Predator ROV Elite System at the Underwater Post Blast Investigators Course in Bluffton, South Carolina, USA, hosted by the FBI Counter-Improvised Explosive Device Unit (C-IEDU), along with the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division s (SLED) Bomb Squad.
Predator Warpaint is proudly made in the USA, and a portion of all of sales will be donated to NSW Kids and the Rosie Network, two outstanding foundations that support the families of Navy SEALs.
POND snails are able to sense chemicals released by their predators while they are still embryos in the egg, according to researchers at a Welsh university.
Mimesis and mimetic storytelling seem to be the crux of what Trout believes to be the evolution of the predator in myth creation.
Part one focuses on case studies in aquatic systems that provide supporting evidence of top predators affecting producers.
A predator's noises can scare every little bird within earshot even when the predator doesn't catch them all.
What we found was unexpected -- more of the dragonflies died when predators shared their habitat," says Rowe.
The loss of top predators has come largely as the result of human activity through hunting or habitat loss, the study says.
After the predators have suffered enough humiliation, Hansen tells them to walk out the door.
Of the 15 depredated nests, only one provided detection of a predator using both methods; camera and plasticine egg identified the same predator (raccoon).
Sticky Blood Shuts Down Would-Be Rootworm Predators
The classic Predator is back as well as three new Berserker Predators - Dog Handler, Falconer, and Mr Black.