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"Unleashing the Predatory Power: From Red Kites to Megalodons, Nature's Hunters Reign" Embark on a journey through time and witness the relentless pursuit of prey

Background imagePredatory Collection: Red kite, historical artwork

Red kite, historical artwork
Red kite. Historical artwork of a red kite (Milvus milvus) perched on a branch. This bird of prey inhabits woodland near open country across most of Europe, apart from the northern parts

Background imagePredatory Collection: Red kite

Red kite (Milvus milvus) preparing to land. This bird of prey has a wingspan of between 175 and 195 centimetres. This bird of prey is endemic to the western Palearctic ecoregion

Background imagePredatory Collection: Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaurs mating

Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaurs mating. Artwork of male (right) and female (left) Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaurs mating. Some theories say that this dinosaur had feathers and fur, as seen here

Background imagePredatory Collection: RF - Lions (Panthera leo) - two brothers patrolling territorial boundary

RF - Lions (Panthera leo) - two brothers patrolling territorial boundary. Short grass plains on the border of Serengeti / Ngorongoro Conservation Area (NCA) near Ndutu, Tanzania

Background imagePredatory Collection: Eurasian lynx (Lynx lynx)

Eurasian lynx (Lynx lynx)

Background imagePredatory Collection: Barn owl, artwork C016 / 3233

Barn owl, artwork C016 / 3233
Barn owl (Tyto alba), artwork. Barn owls are nocturnal predators that prefer open country in which to hunt their prey, which includes small mammals such as rodents

Background imagePredatory Collection: Mosasaurus marine reptile

Mosasaurus marine reptile
Mosasaurus. Artwork of a Mosasaurus marine lizard swimming underwater. This large carnivorous lizard was around 9 metres in length

Background imagePredatory Collection: Megalodon prehistoric shark

Megalodon prehistoric shark, artwork, hunting a school of fish. Megalodon, Carcharocles (Carcharodon) megalodon, lived between around 20 and 1.2 million years ago, and is known only from fossils

Background imagePredatory Collection: Scimitar cat attacking a hominid

Scimitar cat attacking a hominid, artists impression. The scimitar cat (Homotherium sp.) was a member of the sabre-toothed cat family (Machairodontinae) which lived throughout Africa

Background imagePredatory Collection: Axolotl, artwork

Axolotl, artwork
Axolotl (Ambystoma mexicanum), artwork. This aquatic freshwater amphibian is a neotonic (larva-like) salamander. The larval form fails to undergo metamorphosis

Background imagePredatory Collection: Tawny owl, historical artwork

Tawny owl, historical artwork
Tawny owl. Historical artwork of a tawny owl (Strix aluco). This is a nocturnal predator that inhabits forests and sparse woodland across much of Eurasia

Background imagePredatory Collection: Triggerfish skeleton, X-ray

Triggerfish skeleton, X-ray
Triggerfish skeleton. Coloured X-ray of a triggerfish (family Balistidae). Its name originates from its ability to erect the first two dorsal spines (upper left), which can then lock or unlock

Background imagePredatory Collection: Kingfisher in flight

Kingfisher in flight
Common kingfisher. High-speed photograph of a common kingfisher, Alcedo atthis, flying towards its nest with a fish in its bill

Background imagePredatory Collection: Barn owl

Barn owl (Tyto alba) perched in a tree

Background imagePredatory Collection: Giant manta ray

Giant manta ray
Giant manta (Manta birostris) swimming in front of the Sun. The manta is the largest of the rays, and it can reach up to six metres from wingtip to wingtip

Background imagePredatory Collection: Chinese water dragon

Chinese water dragon (Physignathus cocincinus). These reptiles can grow up to 90 centimetres long and can range in colour from dark to light green

Background imagePredatory Collection: Namaqua chameleon catching prey

Namaqua chameleon catching prey
Namaqua chameleon (Chamaeleo namaquensis) catching prey with its unfurled tongue. This tongue extends out extremely rapidly in just a few fractions of a second

Background imagePredatory Collection: Meerkats

Meerkats (Suricata suricatta). Meerkats, also known as suricates, are active mongooses that live in colonies in underground burrows

Background imagePredatory Collection: Sinking of the Emden

Sinking of the Emden
The predatory German cruiser Emden is sunk upon coral reef by the Australians

Background imagePredatory Collection: Scottish wildcat (Felis silvestris grampia) captive, endemic to Scotland. September

Scottish wildcat (Felis silvestris grampia) captive, endemic to Scotland. September

Background imagePredatory Collection: Lions (Panthera leo) - two brothers patrolling territorial boundary, affectionate behaviour

Lions (Panthera leo) - two brothers patrolling territorial boundary, affectionate behaviour, border of Serengeti / Ngorongoro Conservation Area (NCA) near Ndutu, Tanzania

Background imagePredatory Collection: Baryonyx dinosaur

Baryonyx dinosaur. Artwork of a Baryonyx dinosaur hunting fish in a river. Larger dinosaurs are seen in the background. Baryonyx was a fish-eating carnivore that lived around 130 million years ago

Background imagePredatory Collection: Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaurs

Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaurs. Artwork of a pair of Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaurs hunting prey in a forest. Some theories say that this dinosaur had feathers and fur, as seen here

Background imagePredatory Collection: Tiger shark

Tiger shark (Galeocardo cuvieri) artwork. The tiger shark is a voracious predator, attacking other sharks, marine mammals, birds and even crocodiles

Background imagePredatory Collection: Tailless whip scorpion

Tailless whip scorpion (Order Amblypygi) on the bark of a tree. Amblypygids are a group of tropical arachnids. They are carnivorous, and are usually nocturnal hunters

Background imagePredatory Collection: Red fox

Red fox (Vulpes vulpes). Red foxes are found in North America, Eurasia and North Africa, and are the only native wild canines remaining in the UK and Ireland

Background imagePredatory Collection: Allosaurus dinosaur, artwork

Allosaurus dinosaur, artwork. Allosaurs were large carnivorous reptiles that lived during the late Jurassic period (155 to 145 million years ago)

Background imagePredatory Collection: Amur Leopard and reflection while drinking, Panthera pardus orientalis, Captive

Amur Leopard and reflection while drinking, Panthera pardus orientalis, Captive

Background imagePredatory Collection: Everglade Snail Kite (Rostrhamus sociabilis plumbeus), pulling out flesh from the shell of a snail

Everglade Snail Kite (Rostrhamus sociabilis plumbeus), pulling out flesh from the shell of a snail

Background imagePredatory Collection: Homotherium scimitar cats

Homotherium scimitar cats subduing their prey, artwork. This predator is an extinct member of the sabre-toothed cat family (Machairodontinae), which lived throughout Africa

Background imagePredatory Collection: Wandering spider eating a frog

Wandering spider eating a frog. Wandering spider (Phoneutria fera) eating a tree frog (Dendropsophus bifurcus) in understory vegetation above a rainforest pond

Background imagePredatory Collection: Bonellis eagles, artwork

Bonellis eagles, artwork. Male and female Bonellis eagles (Aquila fasciata) and their chick in a nest on a rockface. These large birds of prey breed in southern Europe

Background imagePredatory Collection: Long-eared owl, historical artwork

Long-eared owl, historical artwork
Long-eared owl. Historical artwork of a long-eared owl (Asio otus). This owl inhabits woodland near open country throughout the northern hemisphere. It feeds on rodents and smaller birds

Background imagePredatory Collection: Merlin, historical artwork

Merlin, historical artwork
Merlin. Historical artwork of a merlin (Falco columbarius), a small falcon. This bird of prey inhabits moorland and heaths in northern Europe

Background imagePredatory Collection: Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaur

Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaur, computer artwork. T. rex was one of the largest carnivorous dinosaurs, measuring 5 metres tall and weighing 7 tonnes

Background imagePredatory Collection: Allosaurus dinosaur, artwork

Allosaurus dinosaur, artwork. Allosaurs were large carnivorous reptiles that lived during the late Jurassic period (155 to 145 million years ago)

Background imagePredatory Collection: Spinosaurus dinosaur

Spinosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. Spinosaurus was the longest carnivorous dinosaur, reaching a length of up to 16 metres. It had a long crocodile-like head, and probably fed on fish

Background imagePredatory Collection: Mountain lion jumping across rocks, Puma concolor, Captive

Mountain lion jumping across rocks, Puma concolor, Captive

Background imagePredatory Collection: Allosaurus dinosaur

Allosaurus dinosaur, computer artwork. Allosaurus was a large carnivorous dinosaur that was found throughout much of the world between 154 and 135 million years ago, during the late Jurassic period

Background imagePredatory Collection: Lionfish

Lionfish (Pterois volitans). This predatory fish is native to the Indo-Pacific region. It fins have spines containing a potent toxin, which deters predators and can deliver a very painful sting

Background imagePredatory Collection: Wolves Attack Livestock

Wolves Attack Livestock
A vicious pack of wolves, unhindered by a dog & two men, who sit talking by a farmhouse, set upon the livestock (cattle, goats & sheep)

Background imagePredatory Collection: Lion (Panthera leo) Adult male lying down, Kenya, Masai Mara National Reserve

Lion (Panthera leo) Adult male lying down, Kenya, Masai Mara National Reserve

Background imagePredatory Collection: Fishing cat (Prionailurus viverrinus) walking with fish in mouth. Andhra Pradesh, India

Fishing cat (Prionailurus viverrinus) walking with fish in mouth. Andhra Pradesh, India. Camera trap image. Photo© Anjani Kumar/Felis Images

Background imagePredatory Collection: Orca (Orcinus orca) with South American sealion (Otaria flavescens) in mouth, beaching

Orca (Orcinus orca) with South American sealion (Otaria flavescens) in mouth, beaching itself on shore. Punta Norte, Valdez Peninsula, Argentina. April

Background imagePredatory Collection: Striped marlin (Kajikia audax) hunting Sardine (Sardinops sagax) in bait ball. Magdalena Bay

Striped marlin (Kajikia audax) hunting Sardine (Sardinops sagax) in bait ball. Magdalena Bay, Baja California Sur, Mexico

Background imagePredatory Collection: Osprey (Pandion haliaetus) fishing. Rothiemurchus, Cairngorms National Park, Scotland, UK

Osprey (Pandion haliaetus) fishing. Rothiemurchus, Cairngorms National Park, Scotland, UK

Background imagePredatory Collection: Great white shark (Carcharodon carcharias) breaking surface with mouth open. Guadalupe Island

Great white shark (Carcharodon carcharias) breaking surface with mouth open. Guadalupe Island, Mexico

Background imagePredatory Collection: RF - White lion (Panthera leo) male, portrait of head. Captive, Netherlands

RF - White lion (Panthera leo) male, portrait of head. Captive, Netherlands



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"Unleashing the Predatory Power: From Red Kites to Megalodons, Nature's Hunters Reign" Embark on a journey through time and witness the relentless pursuit of prey. As we delve into historical artworks and captivating glimpses of nature's predators, prepare to be enthralled by their predatory prowess. In the skies above, a majestic red kite soars with unmatched grace, its keen eyes scanning for any sign of vulnerability. Meanwhile, in an ancient world long gone, Tyrannosaurus rex dinosaurs engage in a primal dance of mating - a display both fierce and mesmerizing. On land, two brothers from the regal lion pride patrol their territorial boundary with unwavering determination. Their powerful presence serves as a reminder that even kings must defend what is rightfully theirs. A barn owl depicted in stunning artwork captivates us with its silent flight and razor-sharp focus. Its haunting beauty conceals an efficient hunter capable of seizing unsuspecting prey under cover of darkness. Moving further north, we encounter the elusive Eurasian lynx - an embodiment of stealth and agility. With piercing eyes locked onto its target, it epitomizes nature's ability to adapt and thrive amidst adversity. Traveling back in time once more through historical artwork reveals a tawny owl perched upon an ancient branch. This nocturnal predator symbolizes wisdom entwined with lethal precision – forever watching over its domain. Venturing beneath the waves unveils another realm ruled by predators; here lies evidence preserved within X-rayed skeletons like that of triggerfish – showcasing intricate structures designed for survival against all odds. Behold the mighty Mosasaurus marine reptile gliding effortlessly through prehistoric waters – jaws poised to snatch unsuspecting prey into oblivion. And lurking deep below awaits the colossal megalodon shark - unrivaled apex predator reigning supreme over ancient seas.