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it normally spreads its wings and starts charging, but some just bite.
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they usually just swim away from predators (when in the water), and try to make it to land (where water-born predtors can't reach). even though they do occasionally bite, peng…uins don't have teeth, so in the event of a land-born predator, they usually create a commotion and "circle the wagons" (and hope the predator doesn't find a straggler). to protect their eggs from air-born predators, the penguin keeps it's eggs on it's feet with a flap of skin over the top.
Swans are very territorial and fierce creatures. If they feelthreatened they will flap their wings and honk as a warning. If thewarning is not enough they will attack pecking …and biting until thethreat dies or goes away.
butterflies are poisonous to eat. they're prey know not to eat them because of this
The Bengal Tiger is very large and powerful and rarely needs to defend itself against anything other than humans, which have guns making self defence futile on the Tigers part…. (In other situations the Tigers powerful jaws and sharp teeth make it a force to be reckoned with, not to mention it razor sharp claws attached to paws powerful enough to kill a man with a swift blow to the head.) If all of this somehow failed to defend the Tiger then it could try to evade harm by using its speed to run or agility to climb a tree to get out of harms way.
by attacking its enemy
With its powerful constricting (squeezing) muscles.
they use their sharp claws to defend themselves. they use thier sharp claws of growls loudly to defend itself
It would use it's wing's to defend itself. When it uses it's large long wings to defend itself or it's partners it would hit it as hard as it could.
a trumpeter swan uses its wings to hit an enemy just like a baseball bat hits a ball
well naturally amphibians can change colors so really that's they only strength
An ermine can defend itself by using: 1. it's instinct to kill 2. razor sharp teeth 3. sharp talens(claws) Ermines will kill anything even if it means its life will be lost. T…hey will even attack: bears foxes wolves porqupines
By hooked beak, webbed feet, wing above and below. By courage deep and eyes so keen that evil shall never know. With all their heart, and their smarts, into the fro they go. T…o guard their nests with their best endeavors do they go. - MEM 2013. Birds use their beaks to peck, their wings to confuse, their feet to claw or grab their opponents. However, usually their opponents are either other birds or very large creatures. The former they can fight against but the latter there isn't much defense. An alligator can, in one bite, grab and swallow a bird whole - as can whale sharks, and other large predators of the deep. Although many birds live their whole lives without having to really fight an opponent - millions do fight every year for nesting places, with whom they will have young, and those smaller vermin that attempt to either eat their eggs or their young. Some birds also use camouflage to defend themselves. For instance, new born quail look just like the reeds where they are nested. This helps to keep most predators away from the young. The female quail will also do a broken wing routine to try to distract a predator from the chicks. So there are a lot of ways in which a bird can defend itself and these are only a few examples.
Biting, scratching, kicking. Like a cat.
In Animal Life
Black panthers are a variety of leopard, and like all leopards they have sharp retractable claws and fangs; if attacked, they usually try to run away (and they run very fast!)… or to climb up a tree. But if they are cornered, they can fight ferociously and rip their enemy to shreds. Not many animals would want to mess with an enraged black panther!