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  • It is quite active at night when it is found hunting for slow-moving prey such as caterpillars.
  • They eat small prey such as insects and lizards, and will also regularly take fruit.
  • They may occasionally take larger prey such as snakes.
  • Vertebrate prey such as small frogs or fish may also be taken.
  • She then turns to hunt smaller prey such as a lizard.
  • However, especially in summer, they will also eat rodents and birds, and sometimes hunt larger prey such as deer.
  • It feeds on fish and similar surface prey such as small turtles.
  • They do occasionally hunt during the day and will hawk prey such as insects or bats.
  • Thus, the species can also be found in cities, where common prey such as rock pigeons and brown rats may support their populations.
  • Its main hunting strategy is to run down swift prey such as various antelope species and hares.
  • It will also descend to ground level to pursue prey such as rodents and other small mammals.
  • Motmots eat small prey such as insects and lizards, and will also take fruit.
  • Very large prey such as swans may be dragged along the surface of the water to the shore to be consumed.
  • Its streamlined body allowed it to chase fast prey such as belemnites.
  • It takes small prey such as insects and other invertebrates.
  • They feed on prey such as small fish, including cyprinids and pupfishes.
  • It feeds on small crabs and probably other small prey such as lizards.
  • Observation of the living animal in aquaria has shown that their functions is to capture active prey such as prawns. Cited from Hormones and Heredity, by J. T. Cunningham
  • The play-fighting of juvenile stoats helps train them to run down prey such as rabbits, which are many times their own size.
  • American alligators have been documented using lures to hunt prey such as birds.
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