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Predator - prey relationships
Remarkable images of a sea eagle clutching a lamb in its talons in Scotland have prompted fears the giant birds will attack pets when they are introduced to the Isle of Wight later this year.

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The amazing moment was captured on the Isle of Mull last month by amateur photographer Douglas Currie, 74, from Loanhead, Midlothian, while on holiday with his wife.
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(05-26-2019, 01:58 AM)Shenzi Wrote: Greater grison Predation on salvator merianae  wow you have serious talent for finding stuff, i looked so hard found nothing no video of tegu being killed.  This is the first. I was told there is another where a grison is trying to but no clue if that vid still exists. 



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Pink, most of your comments recently has been telling people to sub to your Youtube Channel. While we tends to go off topic on many threads, promoting your own Youtube channel more than any other activity seems a bit.... Well.
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(06-02-2019, 06:03 AM)Ryo Wrote: Pink, most of your comments recently has been telling people to sub to your Youtube Channel. While we tends to go off topic on many threads, promoting your own Youtube channel more than any other activity seems a bit.... Well.

Hey sorry that is just my signature showing up so it looks like I am repeating.  I am really old school go back 15 years with tiapan.  I a looking for an old friend who loved the lapped faced vulture and bird wars. Any idea who he may be? Another vulture fan? Btw I put this web site on my page as a recommendation. More people here the better knowledge the more we learn. This is my fave web site. I even tell people in youtube channels about it.
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Pumas hunting guanacos









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Jaguar carrying a paca in his jaws.

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Cougar eating Howler Monkey



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(06-02-2019, 06:18 AM)PinkWitch Wrote:



(06-02-2019, 06:03 AM)Ryo Wrote: Pink, most of your comments recently has been telling people to sub to your Youtube Channel. While we tends to go off topic on many threads, promoting your own Youtube channel more than any other activity seems a bit.... Well.

Hey sorry that is just my signature showing up so it looks like I am repeating.  I am really old school go back 15 years with tiapan.  I a looking for an old friend who loved the lapped faced vulture and bird wars. Any idea who he may be? Another vulture fan? Btw I put this web site on my page as a recommendation. More people here the better knowledge the more we learn. This is my fave web site. I even tell people in youtube channels about it.
Oldman and me are both true vulture's fan.
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Stilts do not protect against crawlers: Limpkins preyed on by Tegu Lizards at an urban park

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 Limpkin (Aramus guarauna) is a long-legged wading bird that forages mostly in wetlands in the open and occasionally under tree cover. Th is large bird is cautious and frequently scans its immediate environs when active or resting. Records of adult Limpkin predators are scarce and restricted to two very large aquatic reptiles, the American Alligator (Alligator mississippiensis) in North America and the Yellow Anaconda (Eunectes notaeus) in South America. Herein we report on two Limpkins killed and eaten by Black and White Tegus (Salvator merianae) at an urban park in southeastern Brazil. One of the Limpkins was still alive when we came across the predation event, whereas the other Limpkin seemed freshly killed. Th e fi rst Limpkin was already sprawled on the ground and occasionally opened the bill, vocalised hoarsely and fl apped the wings, while the Tegu repeatedly bit the bird on several body parts, which gradually weakened the bird. Th e Limpkin died when the Tegu bit hard the bird on the head and crushed the skull. In the second event the bird was bitten on several body parts and, thus, we assume that it was also killed by the Tegu that was eating the fresh corpse. Th e two events comprised two Tegu individuals recognisable by natural marks. Limpkins killed and consumed by Tegus probably are a rare occurrence. Tegus are large by Neotropical lizard standards, but are small compared with the other two very large reptiles known to prey on Limpkins. Presently, only three reptilian species are documented as predators of adult Limpkins.
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Anaconda eats a tegu

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=urbHSIo0qPA
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