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Predator Gallery

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Choose from 20,079 items in our Predator Collection for your Wall Art and Photo Gifts


Predator Gallery: Tasmanian Tiger or Thylacine
Tasmanian Tiger or Thylacine
Predator Gallery: Sea Otter (Enhydra lutris)
Sea Otter (Enhydra lutris)
Predator Gallery: Red kite, historical artwork
Red kite, historical artwork
Predator Gallery: Indian Mongoose - attacking Indian Cobra
Indian Mongoose - attacking Indian Cobra
Predator Gallery: TOM-1645
TOM-1645
Predator Gallery: African Wild Dog / Painted Hunting Dog
African Wild Dog / Painted Hunting Dog
Predator Gallery: TOM-1304
TOM-1304
Predator Gallery: Barred OWL - in flight, wings spread, chasing for prey
Barred OWL - in flight, wings spread, chasing for prey
Predator Gallery: TOM-1214
TOM-1214
Predator Gallery: TOM-798
TOM-798
Predator Gallery: FG-EB-327
FG-EB-327
Predator Gallery: Common starling (Sturnus vulgaris) murmuration, flock pursued by Peregrine falcon
Common starling (Sturnus vulgaris) murmuration, flock pursued by Peregrine falcon
Predator Gallery: RF - Lions (Panthera leo) - two brothers patrolling territorial boundary
RF - Lions (Panthera leo) - two brothers patrolling territorial boundary
Predator Gallery: Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaurs mating
Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaurs mating
Predator Gallery: TOM-1163
TOM-1163
Predator Gallery: TOM-1301
TOM-1301
Predator Gallery: TOM-1166
TOM-1166
Predator Gallery: TOM-796
TOM-796
Predator Gallery: Ocelot
Ocelot
Predator Gallery: Cougar / Mountain Lion / Puma - close-up of face
Cougar / Mountain Lion / Puma - close-up of face
Predator Gallery: Barn owl, artwork C016 / 3233
Barn owl, artwork C016 / 3233
Predator Gallery: TOM-1640
TOM-1640
Predator Gallery: BB-1583
BB-1583
Predator Gallery: Great White / White / White Pointer SHARK - C/U MOUTH
Great White / White / White Pointer SHARK - C/U MOUTH
Predator Gallery: Ocelot (Felis pardalis) endangered species, captive animal
Ocelot (Felis pardalis) endangered species, captive animal
Predator Gallery: Osprey - in flight with fish prey - summer
Osprey - in flight with fish prey - summer
Predator Gallery: Tawny owl, historical artwork
Tawny owl, historical artwork
Predator Gallery: 10664-00007-115
10664-00007-115
Predator Gallery: Hen Harrier - male in flight hunting, hovering low over the ground
Hen Harrier - male in flight hunting, hovering low over the ground
Predator Gallery: LA-6089
LA-6089
Predator Gallery: TOM-1275
TOM-1275
Predator Gallery: VT-4686
VT-4686
Predator Gallery: TOM-888
TOM-888
Predator Gallery: TOM-849
TOM-849
Predator Gallery: Megalodon prehistoric shark
Megalodon prehistoric shark
Predator Gallery: Spinosaurus dinosaur, artwork
Spinosaurus dinosaur, artwork
Predator Gallery: Africa, Kenya
Africa, Kenya
Predator Gallery: Clouded LEOPARD - resting on log
Clouded LEOPARD - resting on log
Predator Gallery: TOM-1695
TOM-1695
Predator Gallery: PM-4035
PM-4035
Predator Gallery: TOM-1218
TOM-1218
Predator Gallery: Barn Owl - Hunting in daylight
Barn Owl - Hunting in daylight
Predator Gallery: Female barn owl, Tyto alba, World Owl Trust, Muncaster Castle, Ravenglass
Female barn owl, Tyto alba, World Owl Trust, Muncaster Castle, Ravenglass
Predator Gallery: JZ-1839
JZ-1839
Predator Gallery: Mississippi Kite (Ictinia mississippiensis) adult perched on dead tree
Mississippi Kite (Ictinia mississippiensis) adult perched on dead tree
Predator Gallery: Venus Fly Trap plant - with fly inside
Venus Fly Trap plant - with fly inside
Predator Gallery: Barred OWL - in flight, wings spread
Barred OWL - in flight, wings spread
Predator Gallery: 01280-00277-842
01280-00277-842

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Predators are animals that hunt and feed on other animals. They play an important role in the balance of nature by keeping prey populations in check and helping to maintain healthy ecosystems. Predators can be found in all types of habitats, from deserts to oceans, and they come in a variety of shapes and sizes.

The most common predators are carnivores, which feed on other animals for sustenance. These include large cats such as lions and tigers, wolves, foxes, bears, hyenas, eagles and hawks. Other predators include reptiles such as crocodiles and snakes; amphibians like frogs; fish like sharks; insects like dragonflies; spiders; mites; centipedes; scorpions; wasps; ants ;and even some mammals such as bats.

Predators have a number of adaptations that help them catch their prey including sharp teeth or claws for catching or tearing apart their food source as well as keen senses such as smell or hearing to locate potential meals. Some predators also use camouflage or mimicry to blend into their environment so they can sneak up on unsuspecting prey without being detected.

In addition to hunting for food, predators also help keep the environment healthy by controlling populations of certain species that may otherwise become overpopulated if left unchecked. This helps maintain biodiversity within an ecosystem by ensuring that no one species becomes too dominant over another which could lead to an imbalance in the natural order of things.

Though predators may seem intimidating due to their fierce reputation they actually provide many benefits both directly (by providing food) and indirectly (by maintaining balance) within our ecosystems making them essential components of any healthy habitat!