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    48 / M / Straight / Fort Worth, Texas Match % Unknown Join to find out!

    I also take flying lessons when I can , And I study birds of prey for fun!

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    In Arizona, I volunteered and worked with birds of prey.

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    Adventure Time, Alfred Hitchcock, Amadeus, American Astronaut, The Amazing Screw-On Head, A Primate's Memoir, AstronomyCast, Babe, Bananas, Beirut, The Birds, Born to Run, Buddy Holly, Califone, Cantaloupe, Carl Barks, Carl Sagan, Cat Power, Cheese, Cheerios, Community, Confederates in the Attic,

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    - used to pinpoint prey items. Instead of trying to locate their prey using sight, the servals locate prey in the tall grass or reeds primarily by hearing. To kill their prey, servals use a high leap to strike their prey, preventing its escape. ... ft vertically to catch birds or insects by clapping

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    They are exclusively predatory, and their diet usually consists of living insects, including flies and aphids; larger species have been known to prey on small lizards, frogs, birds, snakes, and even rodents. Most mantises are ambush predators, waiting for prey to stray too near.

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