RM2C6618T–[Digital focus stacking] Ant portrait, Thaumatomyrmex atrox are rarely encountered ants of Neotropical forests. They are specialists predators on millipedes in the order Polyxenida., Picture was taken in cooperation with the 'Staatl. Museum für Naturkunde Karlsruhe'.
RMJ3XT4W–Nashville Predators 2017 Stanley Cup Banner
RF2K29CX2–Glossy ibis watching for possible predators.
RF2GG27YK–Emperor Gum Moth,Opodiphthera eucalypti. Large patterned moth with distinctive markings like eyes to deter predators. Queensland, Australia.
RME1WW2D–Common Loon (Gavia immer) Adult on nest usually found on islands close to edge water where ground-based predators cannot
RF2PMFMWB–Redshank breed in the UK the birds with young will use posts to watch for predators and attack them to protect chicks.
RMJ2A09H–The field vole or short-tailed vole, Microtus agrestis, is a grey-brown vole, around 110mm in length, with only a short tail. They are one of the most common mammals in Europe, ranging from the Atlantic coast to Lake Baikal. They are found in moist grassy habitats, such as woodland, marsh, or river banks. Although they dig burrows, they usually build nests above ground. As an important food source for owls and some other predators, their population peaks and troughs in a four-year cycle.
RMC2HDX6–A red fox trotting through a field of dandelions with a ground squirrel in its mouth.
RFF0HNFC–stork, heron, gull, eat, predators, porciglione in a lake, flying, eating a frog, drink water
RMF2RWE0–Wildflower margin with flowering plants to attract insects and wildlife alongside farm crops, Berkshire, September
RF2H3GXRN–Three Predators, Lion, Tiger, Leopard
RME7P2FT–Badger, Meles meles, canids, predators, martens, mustelidae, great martens, predator, European badger, animal, Germany
RMWW7GK2–A worn metal doorknob shaped like a feline predator's head with a door knocker on a rusty church door,
RMW8033E–Great black-backed gull (Larus marinus) standing on a rooftop looking for Herring gull chicks to predate, St.Ives, Cornwall, UK, June.
RF2K26DN0–Arctic Tern, Sterna paradisaea, standing near her nest protecting her egg from predators