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Many herbivores will opportunistically scarf down carrion for protein, Gerlach says.A giant tortoise was caught stalking, killing and eating a baby bird|Jonathan Lambert|August 23, 2021|Science News
Or, when escape is all but impossible, it makes animals play dead or faint, as most predators avoid eating carrion.The Transcendence of Tantric Sex - Issue 104: Harmony|David DeSteno|August 18, 2021|Nautilus
Its steady gait allowed it to range widely in a day, where it preyed on smaller dinosaurs like ceratopsians and hadrosaurs, and, contrary to its fierce reputation, sometimes scavenged on carrion.
Caracaras are frequently ground-dwellers, clacking around on the rocks and scavenging smaller birds, eggs, insects and carrion.
The carcass then attracts other creatures like carrion birds, which can also get hit, creating a miserable cycle of wildlife death.Once you know what happens to food you leave outdoors, you’ll stop doing it|Alisha McDarris|January 14, 2021|Popular-Science
Carrion resigned as Bronx borough president to join the Obama administration in Washington.The NYC Mayor’s Race is Tomorrow, Here’s What to Look Out For|Ben Jacobs|November 4, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Bonami knew and liked her work and Carrion-Murayari concurred.
She had similar fears when 2010 Biennial curators Bonami and Gary Carrion-Murayari came calling last year.
Bonami and Carrion-Murayari write that “time is what makes shows different from one another.”
Bonami and Carrion-Murayari wanted to do something different with the video artists included.
There are poets and writers who see naught in war but carrion, filth, savagery and horror.Gallipoli Diary, Volume I|Ian Hamilton
As he advanced, three crows flew, coming from some carrion spoil they had found within.
Over in the field a flock of crows and kites were wheeling,—some carrion,—but Mary did not go near.
But there poured upon him an overpowering smell of carrion; putrefying lambs, chamois, and birds lay here torn to pieces.Rudy and Babette|Hans Christian Andersen
On the extreme summit of a feather-pine, the carrion crows croaked and rocked in the soft breeze.Menotah|Ernest G. Henham