bird of pray
They attack there pray
To walk around and catch pray
when it rains , birds fly to their nests. But normally birds just look for pray and look out for predators.
mice and rodents and sometimes small birds
No, a pigeon is not a predator .It is rather he, who is hunted by the pray birds.
yes, all snakes are pray to other animals, birds for example all snakes also pray on other animals. snakes are carnivores.
bats,birds,and other insect such as pray mantis
a dead animal or circling there pray the birds are scavengers.
Crocidles and aligators and birds becaus they are all alive and eay there pray.
They land, they tap their feet on the ground, and they wait for worms to come up from the soil.
pray birds eat rabbits,snakes,foxes,weasels wolvesand i think more
They eat by sneaking up on its pray then opening its mouth closing it over the food then chewing !
Bobcats prey on rodents, birds, small reptiles, even some insect life.
sea turtles are hunters of kelp and pray of sharks, birds, and carnivorous fish.
birds catch their pray in three ways 1. the wait purched somewhere high up until the prey had been sighted 2.then it waits for the right time to spring out and swoops down in a swift movement to colect the prey 3.it brings the prey back to its nest before eating
Not only do birds fly but they don't have teeth they only have beaks. Also birds are the only animal that i know that feed there young from there mouths. another thing that makes birds different is that they have predators and pray, they can eat each other like the hark eats baby birds sometimes like blue birds as well as other things. birds are the only animals that have wings and feathers.
well mice on birds my cat toothpick caught one!(a mouse)also they may go for rats and hamsters
The viper snakes food is small mammals, lizards and small birds. They are very quick in capturing the pray.
GREEN Iguanas have a whole host of predators that prey on them. Baby iguanas are pray for jungle cats, birds, turtles and even large fish. Large iguanas are pray for boa constrictors, caimans, hawks and eagles.
vovere- to pray vovero- i pray voveres- you pray voveret- he/she/it prays voveremus- we pray voveritis- you(plural) pray voverent- they pray
birds and alligators have in common are: they both eat fish, hurt people, they both catch each others pray by their hands and the both eat with their mouth because they both have (long beaks ) . hope that answer your question.
The hooked beak is seen only in predatorial birds such as a falcon or your eagle. it is used to easily slide and lock into their pray
pray, pray, pray
yes they so pray they pray for everything that they can pray for