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*  Deinonychus
Tyrrell Museum, Drumheller, Canada Carpenter, Kenneth (1998). "Evidence of predatory behavior by carnivorous dinosaurs". Gaia. ... implying gregarious packing behavior instead of uncoordinated feeding behavior. In 2011, Denver Fowler and colleagues suggested ... "The Predatory Ecology of Deinonychus and the Origin of Flapping in Birds". PLoS ONE. 6 (12): e28964. Bibcode:2011PLoSO... ... and proportions of the feet and legs of dromaeosaurs to several groups of extant birds of prey with known predatory behaviors. ...
*  Scytodes
Predatory Behavior of Spitting Spiders.. ...
*  Tyrannosaurus
ISBN 1-85471-648-4. Carpenter, K. (1998). "Evidence of predatory behavior by theropod dinosaurs". Gaia. 15: 135-144. Archived ... The length of the cochlea is often related to hearing acuity, or at least the importance of hearing in behavior, implying that ... In his opinion, the brains of tyrannosaurs were large enough for what he dubs "communal hunting", a semi-organized behavior ... Lawrence Witmer pointed out that social behavior can't be determined by brain endocasts and the brains of solitary leopards are ...
*  Feeding behaviour of Tyrannosaurus
Physical evidence of predatory behavior in Tyrannosaurus rex" PNAS 2013; published ahead of print July 15, 2013, doi:10.1073/ ... Physical evidence of predatory behavior in Tyrannosaurus rex. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (advance online ... "Evidence of predatory behavior by theropod dinosaurs" (PDF). Gaia. 15: 135-144. [6], Tennant, Jon (2013). Dinosaur's Flesh ... Paul, G.S. (1988). Predatory Dinosaurs of the World. Simon and Schuster. ISBN 0-671-61946-2. OCLC 18350868. Ruxton GD, Houston ...
*  Dinosaur
Carpenter, K. (1998). "Evidence of predatory behavior by theropod dinosaurs" (PDF). Gaia. 15: 135-144. Rogers, Raymond R.; ... This behavior, which may have helped to keep the head warm, is also characteristic of modern birds. Several deinonychosaur and ... Interpretations of behavior in fossil species are generally based on the pose of skeletons and their habitat, computer ... Predatory theropod dinosaurs, which occupied most terrestrial carnivore niches during the Mesozoic, most often fall into the ...
*  Velociraptor
ISBN 0-520-24209-2. Carpenter, Kenneth (1998). "Evidence of predatory behavior by theropod dinosaurs" (PDF). Gaia. 15: 135-144 ... preserves a Velociraptor mongoliensis and Protoceratops andrewsi in combat and provides direct evidence of predatory behavior. ... These predatory adaptations working together may also have implications for the origin of flapping in paravians. In 2010, Hone ... This enlarged claw, which could grow to over 6.5 cm (2.6 in) long around its outer edge, was most likely a predatory device ...
*  Dileptus
"The Predatory Behavior of Dileptus Anser". Journal of Protozoology. 15 (2): 313-19. doi:10.1111/j.1550-7408.1968.tb02128.x. ...
*  Herding dog
All herding behavior is modified predatory behavior. Through selective breeding, humans have been able to minimize the dog's ...
*  Edmontosaurus
ISBN 0-253-33349-0. CS1 maint: Extra text: editors list (link) Carpenter, Kenneth (1998). "Evidence of predatory behavior by ...
*  Scarlet flycatcher
ISBN 978-1-4081-5861-6. Olivares, Antonio; Munves, J. A. (October 1973). "Predatory Behavior of Smooth-Billed Ani" (PDF). The ...
*  Dinosaur behavior
Stress fractures to the hand are more likely to result from predatory behavior since injuries to the feet could be obtained ... In order to identify stress fractures occurring in the feet specifically due to predatory behavior, the researchers checked to ... Research based on energetic modelling has also backed up the role of active predatory behaviors in theropods and has ... Carpenter, K. (1998). "Evidence of predatory behavior by theropod dinosaurs". Gaia. 15: 135-144. Archived from the original on ...
*  Great white shark
"Predatory Behavior of Pacific Coast White Sharks". Shark Research Committee. Archived from the original on 20 January 2013. ... "White Shark Predatory Behavior at Seal Island". ReefQuest Centre for Shark Research. Krkosek, Martin; Fallows, Chris; Gallagher ... Tricas, T.C.; McCosker, John (1984). "Predatory behavior of the white shark, Carcharodon carcharias, and notes on its biology ... "Great White Sharks On Their Best Behavior". One contender in maximum size among the predatory sharks is the tiger shark ( ...
*  IEX
The data delay prevents many predatory behaviors. It deters the practice of liquidity fading, where they peer into various ... Foxman, Simone (2013-10-25). "How the "Navy SEALs" of trading are taking on Wall Street's predatory robots". Quartz. Lewis, ... Picardo, Elvis (2014-04-21). "How IEX is combating predatory types of high-frequency traders". Investopedia. Retrieved 2014-04- ...
*  Hadrosaurid
Carpenter, Kenneth (1998). "Evidence of predatory behavior by theropod dinosaurs". Gaia. 15: 135-144. Archived from the ... They suggested that behavior, diet, soil condition, and competition between dinosaur species all potentially influenced where ...
*  Cyrtophora moluccensis
Lubin, Y.D. (1980). "The predatory behavior of Cyrtophora (Araneae:Araneidae)". Journal of Arachnology. 8: 159-185. Koh, J.K.H ...
*  Common chimpanzee
"The Predatory Behavior and Ecology of Wild Chimpanzees". USC. Retrieved 11 September 2013. Nicholas E. Newton-Fisher. " ... 1979) "Agonistic behavior, dominance, and social structure in wild chimpanzees of the Gombe National Park", pp. 73-121 in: ... "Chimpanzee Hunting Behavior" (PDF). "Chimps on the hunt". BBC Wildlife Finder. 1990-10-24. Retrieved 2009-09-22. Van Lawick- ... It is suspected that human observers can influence chimpanzee behavior. It is suggested that drones, camera traps and remote ...
*  Valley of the T. rex
Carpenter, Kenneth (1998). "Evidence of predatory behavior by theropod dinosaurs" (PDF). Gaia. 15: 135-144. Happ, John; ... Evidences for a predatory lifestyle in Tyrannosaurus includes discoveries of skeletons from herbivorous dinosaurs like ... Carpenter, Kenneth (2008). "An analysis of predator-prey behavior in a head-to-head encounter between Tyrannosaurus rex and ...
*  Protoceratops
1998). "Evidence of predatory behavior by theropod dinosaurs". Gaia. 15: 135-144. Archived from the original on 2007-11-17. [ ... This embryo, upon close examination, turned out be an Oviraptor; the original find represented Oviraptor brooding behavior ...
*  Peter Larson
"Physical evidence of predatory behavior in Tyrannosaurus rex". Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 110 (31): 12560 ...
*  White-tailed antelope squirrel
... predatory behavior by ground squirrels has been noted). In conjunction with being a predator, the white-tailed antelope ... This behavior is controlled by the squirrels' natural circadian rhythms, and research has shown these rhythms to be highly ...
*  Pyroraptor
June 27, 2000] Carpenter, Kenneth (1998). "Evidence of predatory behavior by theropod dinosaurs" (PDF). Gaia. 15: 135-144. ... Pyroraptor was a dromaeosaurid, a small, bird-like predatory theropod that possessed enlarged curved claws on the second toe of ...
*  Fauna of Finland
Nightjars and their relatives are nocturnal and some show predatory behavior. European nightjar Caprimulgus europaeus (common) ... All are wading birds who generally have predatory characteristics. Little bittern Ixobrychus minutus (uncommon) Great bittern ... These are the most predatory birds in the world. There are five families in all. Eagles, hawks, falcons, and osprey can all be ...
*  Nude beach
Predatory behavior is not permitted, nor is unauthorized photography. In general, the standards call for the respecting of the ... "Appropriate Behavior at Clothing-Optional Beaches". The Naturist Society. Archived from the original on 11 November 2007. ...
*  Noctuidae
D.F., Schweitzer, (1979-01-01). "Predatory behavior in Lithophane querquera and other spring caterpillars". Journal. ISSN 0024- ... Otherwise, the terms "armyworms" and "cutworms" are based on the behavior of the larvae of this group, which can occur in ...
*  Red fox
Relative importance of distance senses in Coyote predatory behavior. Anim. Behav. 26 251-258 10.1016/0003-3472(78)90025-8 Yong ... ISBN 0-19-850796-8. Henry, J. David (1977). "The use of urine marking in the scavenging behavior of the red fox (Vulpes vulpes ...