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Re: Birds hunting in co-operation

> john.bass@ntlworld.com wrote:
> Amongst archosaurs, studies have shown co-operative hunting by crocs,
> but have any studies shown co-operative hunting by birds?

Harris hawks in the Americas are the best example. They hunt
co-operatively in quite large groups, with different animals performing
different tasks (lookouts, flushers, killers...)


Dann Pigdon
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