it stays the same or increases with the prey
the prey will run out of food making it's population decrease. that will cause the predator's population to go down because of the lack of food
predator kills and eats prey for its survival. When the predator population increases, the prey population decreases because of too many hunters. When the prey population decreases, the predator population decreases because of the lack of food. Then, the prey population increases because there aren't that many predators and the process repeats itself.
The "prey population" would decrease. This is because the prey are all being killed and don't reproduce enough to compensate: when the prey population gets low the predator population will too because they will have no prey to eat. When there are less predators, the prey can reproduce and so on. This is a cycle.
In predator-prey relationships, the number of prey is always MORE than the number of predators. The changes in the relationship can be illustrated in the following ways; 1. Prey population increases More food will be available for the predator. 2. Predator grows well and reaches reproduction age 3. Predator population increases 4. More predators preyed on the preys 5. Prey population decreases 6. Less food for the predators 7. Predators die of starvation and do not reach reproduction age. 8. Prey population increases (goes back to one)
Simply put, the predator population tends to increase, too. Eventually, there is a scarcity of prey, and then the predator population drops because many of them starve. Then the prey population recovers. It's known as "nature balancing herself", and it's been going on for millions of years and yet it is pretty successfully.
The numbers of prey will normally increase.
All the prey being eaten.
Predator < Prey
Example: Lion = Predator Gazelle = Prey The predator seeks after the prey.
Sloth bears are prey to bengal tigers, but happens on occasion.
Predator is the hunter and prey is its food, predator eats the prey.
the predator-prey cycle is the increase and decrease in population size of the predator and its prey
The peak population of a predator lags behind the peak population of the prey because the number of predators will not increase until after the food supply increases. This means that the prey must increase first and then the predator population can grow.
its a prey sometimes or a predator
They are prey and predator.
Reptiles can be predator or prey.
lion (predator] . zebra (prey] For the ocean ; theres a conger eel (predator] and a wrasse (prey] ( ;
hawk (predator) mouse (prey) hawk (predator) lizard (prey) scorpion (predator) insects (prey)
When the predator eats its prey, the prey population will go down because they're being eaten. Now there's is not enough prey because it has been eaten, there's nothing for the predator to eat. So, some die from startvation. Then the prey population increases because they are not being eaten, since the predators died of starvation. - Alexis (future vet!)
They go through Cyclic Curve,....
When one predator is removed from a food web, their preyâ??s population increases. Then, the food source for that prey will decrease in number from overeating.
I believe it is "prey"The opposite of predator is prey.
a predator eats a prey.
predator eats its prey
What is the answer of this question is shrew a predator or a prey
chimpanzees can be both the prey and the predator