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The white pelican scoops up prey while swimming along the surface. Brown
pelicans hurl themselves from the air into the water to scoop prey with their
enormous beaks. Although they seem ungainly, they are streamlined and
efficient during ...
Parents cooperate in rearing their young and take turns seeking their prey of
small fish in the water below the nest. Protected from terrestrial predators, the
chicks will be unmolested until they fly off on their own. Adult puffins, on the other
Sharks use sight as they approach within a few yards of their prey. In the closing
moments, just before the strike, the animal rolls its eyes back to protect them from
thrashing prey. The ampullae di Lorenzini, which detect the prey's electrical ...
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