Jaguars get their food the same way as lions, tigers, and bears. These animals all hunt their prey.
No, they are two different animals.
There is no Antarctic wolf. No animals live on Antarctica: it's too cold and there is no food chain.
They are very aggresive animals, they both kinda have the same attitude and they both hunt there food
Mainly for the same reasons as others do, sport, food, trophies, and body parts for quack medicines, especially in China.
Animals that live in the artic, have already adapted to their environment. So the meet there needs the same way as any other climate. They have high amounts of body fat or fur to keep them warm, they hunt, swim and what not
HUNTINGGrey wolves get their food the same way ever other wolf get their food by hunting the next available small animal (not anything poisonous).they hunt for it.Wolves normally hunt in packs, running down sick, lame or young animals and killing and eating them on the spot.
I believe that they hunt for food the same way regular tigers hunt and eat deer and things like that.
Well it dependents on the food..........Lynx hunt in much the same what that most cats will hunt. They stalk their prey and then pounce on it.
The same food all the other animals are fed.
What has stayed the same for the iroquois is that they estilo hunt animals such as fish and they maje longhouses
If two animals in a food chain ate the same thing then there will be less animals