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Birds of Prey v Carnivorans
#16
Urban caracals sometimes feast on raptors







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#17
Weasels have been known to kill Buzzards:


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#18
Martial eagle kills fennec fox or cape fox?

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Martial Eagle with Bat Eared Fox Cub 

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Martial eagle kills meerkat

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#20
i could watch this guy narrate nature documenarys all day







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#21
Leopard visits snack-bar in a tree, 'mmm... eagle tastes just like chicken, but this one's a bit fishy':

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9WyvXap4Z0Y

& dirt-snuffling grizzly nearly gets eyes raked out by aggressive eagle: (Scroll across to 30 secs in).

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hV3ajQRniNg
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#22
Eagles attack domestic animals / Cats and terriers

Eagle killed fat cat

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Cat fight off golden eagle

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Terriers



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#23
^ To be fair, the "fat cat" in your 1st picture, sure looks like its an already frozen-solid scavenging opportunity,
so maybe it was a 'pampered pet' that got caught outside in very sub-zero climes, overnight?
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#24
@Forbiddenip: How do you know the dogs in the pictures were killed by birds of prey? I see no birds of prey in the pictures. I see just some living and dead dogs.
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#25
Eagles are killers of terriers

https://www.iltalehti.fi/kotimaa/a/201801162200673453
http://www.nrk.no/sognogfjordane/vil-ha-...-1.7275176
https://chanytt.wordpress.com/2011/12/13...pt-av-orn/
https://www.tv2.no/a/3952674/

https://www.adressa.no/nyheter/nordtrond...424945.ece

https://www.bladet.no/nyheter/2018/01/16...914571.ece
https://www.adressa.no/nyheter/trondelag...920457.ece

https://sverigesradio.se/sida/gruppsida....el=6299952

https://svenskjakt.se/hund/orn-dodade-tax/

ADMIN - None of those photos had an Eagle in them, so they were removed. No one wants to see carcasses.
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#26
Wedge Tailed Eagle kills Red Fox

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Wedge Tailed Eagle fighting Dingo over carcass

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#27
Red Fox v Golden Eagle







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#28
Eagle and roadkill cat

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Owl and skunk 

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#29
^ Shenzi, your caption to the 1st pic of your post should more properly read:

'Eagle with dead cat'.

& how'd we know that dead cat, isn't just some scavenged roadkill?

Here, a curious young lion learns about nesting eagle behaviour: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S41zjrxqTC4
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#30
foxes in the diet of geranoaetus melanoleucus

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Brazil

Itabaiana: the nest was found partially destroyed, skulls and other bodies of monkeys (Callithrix jacchus), marsupials (Didelphis sp.), Rodents (Galea spixii) and foxes (Cerdocyon thous) were found.

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Other carnivores in the diet of geranoaetus melanoleucus: 
  • Galictis cuja 
  • Conepatus chinga 
  • Conepatus humboldii
  • Lyncodon patagonicus
  • Nasua nasua 
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