alexa Carnivorous Animal Behavior ..!!

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Carnivorous Animal Behavior ..!!

What immediately springs to mind when you think of predators and hunters in the wild? Is it big-teethed, fast-moving creatures such as lions, tigers and bears? These types of predators are called carnivores. They are animals that eat other animals as their main source of nutrition and are often physically designed to effectively hunt, capture and consume their prey. In the United States, there are many species of carnivores including mountain lions, bobcats, coyotes, red foxes, gray wolves, fishers, hawks, eagles and wolverines. In other regions of the world, commonly recognized carnivores also include lions, tigers, hyenas, and cheetahs. The largest land carnivore is the polar bear and the largest aquatic carnivore is the Southern elephant seal. Carnivores don't always have to be large to capture their prey, however. One very interesting, medium-size carnivore is the honey badger. These furry mammals eat mainly mice, squirrels and gophers. They look relatively harmless at first glance, but if you were to corner a honey badger, you would see its aggressive side and understand first hand why these animals are often considered the meanest animal on Earth! You can submit articles in our peer reviewed

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