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A quaternary consumer species would be expected to have a smaller population than a secondary consumer species truth or false?
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User: Rabbits are described as?

User: Rabbits are best described as.?

User: A quaternary consumer species would be expected to have a smaller population than a secondary consumer species truth or false?

Weegy: A quaternary consumer species would be expected to have a smaller population than secondary consumer species? False.
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User: in order to look for their prey. owls?

Weegy: What would you like to know bout owls ??
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User: What do owls do in order to look for their prey

Weegy: The Owl may simply drop on the target, opening their wings at the last moment. Other species prefer to soar, or make quartering flights, scanning the ground below for a suitable meal. [ When a target is located, the Owl will fly towards it, keeping its head in line with it until the last moment. This is when the Owl pulls its head back, and thrusts its feet forward with the talons spread wide - two pointing backwards and two forwards. The force of the impact is usually enough to stun the prey, which is then dispatched with a snap of the beak. Owls can adapt their hunting techniques depending on the type of prey. Insects and small birds may be snatched in mid air, sometimes after being flushed from the cover of trees or bushes by the Owl. Owls that catch fish may skim over water, snatching fish on the fly (Pel's Fishing Owl) or, the may perch at the water's edge, grabbing any fish or crayfish that surfaces nearby (Blakiston's Fish Owl). Other species may wade into the water to chase fish, water snakes, crayfish or frogs. ]
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Rabbits are best described as a small mammal with large ears and a short tail.
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