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predatory

adjective bloodthirsty, carnivorous, depredatory, devouring, greedy, living by prey, lupine, pillaging, plundering, praedabundus, praedatorius, predative, raiding, rapacious, raptorial, ravaging, ravening, ravenous, spoliatory, voracious, vulturine, vulturous, wolfish
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said, Feedback received from the demonstration proved to be very positive, categorising the Predator ROV Elite System as a very capable ROV with great potential for underwater counter IED projects.
I was determined to fix these problems, and Predator Warpaint became the solution.
We also found embryos exposed to the predator smell hatched out at a smaller size than those kept in predator-free conditions.
A bulk of this section covers what Trout calls the predator face.
The authors emphasize predator persecution which has occurred across much of the world.
Before this, no one had tracked effects of predator sounds during an entire bird breeding season, Martin says.
The two groups were separated so that while the dragonflies could see and smell their predators, the predators could not actually eat them.
From the tropics up to the arctic, from the oceans to the higher mountains, regardless of the ecosystem we're seeing that the presence or the absence of these apex predators can be extremely important.
When the predators would try to deny their guilt, Hansen would bust out the illicit online chat logs that the predators had with the decoy accounts.
Although rootworms have been a major pest for 100 years, this is--remarkably--the first comprehensive research program on corn rootworm predators to be conducted.
We do have a new breed of Predator in this movie, but they've really taken the time to look at the first film, take the best elements, enhance them, and to honour them in any way we can.