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Definition of Predator Among Marine Life - About.com
A predator is an organism that hunts and kills other organisms for food. Learn more about predators and examples of ocean predators.
Apex Predator - Definition in Marine Life - About.com
An apex predator is an animal who, as an adult, has no natural predators in its ecosystem. The great white shark is an example of an apex predator.
Natural Spider Control: 9 Notable Spider Predators - Pest Control
When it comes to spiders, nature provides its own system of natural control, with a number of predators feeding on these often-feared creatures.
Hummingbird Predators - What Eats Hummingbirds?
Hummingbirds can be tasty snacks for a wide range of predators, including reptiles, birds, mammals, insects and even fish. Learn more about hummingbird ...
Invasive Predators - Birding and Wild Birds - About.com
Invasive predators are critical threats to many birds, but aren't these predators part of nature too? Understanding what makes a predator invasive is the first step  ...
Predator or Prey Game - Biology - About.com
The predator-prey relationship is important in maintaining balance between different animal species. Without predators, certain species of prey would drive other ...
Sea Turtle Predators - Marine Life - About.com
Learn about sea turtle predators - what eats sea turtles?
Predators on Social Networks - Internet / Network Security - About.com
Social networks are a popular method of meeting and communicating with like- minded persons, but they also pose a risk as predators and perverts stalk users.
Great Barrier Reef Sharks and Other Predators - Animals and Wildlife
On the Great Barrier Reef, predators on the reef come in many shapes and sizes. Sharks are the iconic reef predator and species that visit the reef include tiger ...
The Defense Mechanisms Animals Use to Survive
Defense mechanisms are very important to all animal life. Animals must eat to survive. With predators being high on the food chain and always on the lookout for ...
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