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  • Cannibalism has been reported in a number of different species.
  • Cannibalism has occurred in various places, among various cultures, and for various reasons.
  • Cannibalism has insinuated itself into the very fabric of social and religious life.
  • Among modern humans, cannibalism has been practiced by various groups.
  • Cannibalism has been observed upon molting or incapacitated individuals of its own species.
  • Their cannibalism has been, and is, however, of a restricted character. Cited from The Mafulu, by Robert W. Williamson
  • Cannibalism has been suggested to explain the apparent subsequent disturbance, though it is not widely accepted.
  • As such, he remained "dubious" that cannibalism has ever existed as an approved social activity.
  • At other times cannibalism has been a necessity. Cited from Anomalies and Curiosities of Medicine, Gould/Pyle
  • Size-structured cannibalism has commonly been observed in the wild for a variety of taxa.
  • Cannibalism has been occasionally practiced as a last resort by people suffering from famine, including in modern times.
  • Arctic char are the only fish found in the lake, and signs of fish cannibalism have been found.
  • Even so, spider cannibalism has been shown to occur in some species more than in others, mainly species belonging to Latrodectus.
  • Trophy hunting continues, and we may suppose that even the moods of primitive cannibalism have not entirely been lost. Cited from The Psychology of Nations, by G.E. Partridge
  • Cannibalism has been reported; kittens may be taken when prey levels are low, but this is very rare and does not much influence the population.
  • Prey is sometimes stalked and cannibalism has been reported.
  • In maritime earwigs in particular, evidence of filial cannibalism has been found.
  • Cannibalism has earlier been practiced post-mortem in parts of Papua New Guinea.
  • Isolated cases of cannibalism have also been documented.
  • Evidence of cannibalism has been found in ruins associated with the Anasazi culture of the Southwestern United States as well.
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