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Humans, snakes and jaguars are supposedly the biggest predators to the toucan.
The pea aphid insect explodes itself thereby sacrificing its life to protect its relatives from predators.
90% of baby rabbits are eaten by predators.
Some lizards squirt blood out of their eyes as protection against predators.
In 2009, snipers were deployed in Australia to protect a colony of little penguins from predators.
Tigers are the only predators known to regularly prey on adult bears.
If a zebra is attacked, its family will come to its defense circling the wounded zebra and attempting to drive off predators.
Ostriches and zebras often live together to protect each other from predators. The ostrich can see better and the zebra can hear or smell danger better.
Some Lizards can self-amputate their tails. On the ground, they wiggle and move to distract predators.
Cuttlefish can change color almost instantaneously to match their surroundings and avoid predators, despite being colorblind.
Birds often observe the behavior of other organisms to gain valuable information, such as the presence of predators, good breeding sites, and optimal feeding spots.
Many farmers use llamas to guard their livestock from predators.
The thorny devil lizard drinks water through its skin and has a false head on the back of its neck to confuse predators.
A mother cheetah usually cares for anywhere from 2 to 8 cubs per litter, but cubs are often the target of other predators and many do not survive past the first year.