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pre·da·tion
[pri-dey-shuhn]
NOUN
1.
depredation; plundering.
2.
act of plundering or robbing.
3.
predatory behavior.
4.
a relation between animals in which one organism captures and feeds on others.
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In an ecosystem, predation is a biological interaction where a predator feeds on its prey Predators may or may not kill their prey prior to feeding on it, but the act ...

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Define predation: the act of killing and eating other animals : the act of preying on other animals.

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Predation is the act of preying on someone or something, especially when you're talking about animals. Nature shows can be hard to watch when they show the ...

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Predation definition: a relationship between two species of animal in a community , in which one (the predator... | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and ...

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Predation definition, depredation; plundering. See more.

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Apr 7, 2009 ... Definition. noun. A form of symbiotic relationship between two organisms of unlike species in which one of them acts as predator that captures ...

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A cat stalking a mouse. Licensed from ThinkStockPhoto. noun. Predation is the act of plundering, or the act of catching prey to live. An example of predation is an  ...

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Predation, herbivory, and parasitism coexist within ecological communities. How do these interactions create dynamic, ever-changing biological systems?