prey animal

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  • This can create a fear response very easily in a prey animal such as a bird.
  • Horses are prey animals with a strong fight-or-flight response.
  • When the birds spot prey animals moving by, they will pounce on them.
  • Horse behavior is best understood from the view that horses are prey animals with a well-developed fight-or-flight response.
  • Even the stock of prey animals is high.
  • This would require the genus, or even the specific species, to be highly specialized for one type of prey animal.
  • The 2012 study also reported newly discovered remains of prey animals.
  • Multiple L. americanus have been seen to hunt and then share the same prey animal.
  • Stotting makes a prey animal more visible and uses up energy and time that could be spent escaping.
  • Birth takes place quickly, consistent with the status of a horse as a prey animal, and more often at night than during the day.
  • The idea that a single animal would wound, release, and follow a prey animal has been counteracted more strongly.
  • It is frequently found near islands, perhaps for reproductive purposes or because they hold congregations of large prey animals.
  • The wound from the canines and the lack of air would then kill the prey animal.
  • The author was inspired to write The Mount after she took a class in the psychology of prey animals.
  • However, if the prey animal is in a group, the chance that the predator attacks that particular individual is reduced.
  • They can doze and enter light sleep while standing, an adaptation from life as a prey animal in the wild.
  • And it is also correctly held that money has the same definite influence on man as blood on preying animals. Cited from Criminal Psychology, by Hans Gross
  • They are prey animals and should therefore be sheltered in a predator-proof area -especially at night.
  • They use the disadvantage of most prey animals' poor nocturnal vision, to their advantage.
  • This was from fear of the preying animals that made life a burden to us in those days and nights. Cited from Before Adam, by Jack London
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