Hunting and Scavenging

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by jolierodriguez
Last updated 5 years ago

Discipline:
Science
Subject:
Ecology

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Hunting and Scavenging

Hunting and Scavenging

Scavenging

Lions stalk or sneak close to their prey

Wolves track their prey from miles away.

Spiders trap their prey in stickey webs.

Frogs capture their food with their slimy tongue when it comes close.

By;Jolie Rodriguez

Vultures wait patiently for nearby predator to finish eating.

Wild dogs hunt in groups but they also scavenge for food alone.

A scavenger is an animal that feeds manly on dead animals that it finds.They keep an ecosystem clean.Some animals eat leftovers of a predator's meal.A scavenger is an important part of the food web.Also a scavenger keeps food from being wasted.

This is a video of vultures eating a dead elephant.

Hunting

Vocabulary:track-hunt from a distancestalk-sneak closecapture-grabtrap-capture in an unfamiliar waywait-stay quiethunt-watch from a distance


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