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They peck with their beaks and stay in large groups.They don't use their senses.
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they stay in large groups so they can defend in large numbers.
They will fly away, will fight with talons and beaks.
The dont really defend themselves so much. Their defence is speed and camoflage (they blen in with many anemities) and other coral to avioid bring eaten but as far as ac…tual defece, they dont really have one.
seals hide from predtors to defend themselves
They bite scratch, roar and tackle. not as though it is very often that they need to. The only time would be when is being attacked by an other lion. They use their claws and …teeth. Attack with their teeth . they defend themselves with their lcaws
They are very strange animals, but they actually pee on their legs to cool off!
Pink Flamingos protect themselves by pecking predators with their beaks in a fast jerk like motion. Flamingos also stay in large groups to avoid and confuse predators.
the flamingo stays in a large colony that way they can defend themselves in large numbers
i would tell you but the website won`t tell me so i don`t know!
attack as a group?
Kinkajous are rarely seen so they are quite safe, but if neededthey will cling onto the attacker with all their limbs then bitingand injuring them with their teeth.
They can't. That's why you don't put them in a tank with fish!
they put up their front 2 legs to tell the enemy that they will attack if the enemy doesn't leave
They don't have any way to fight back so they fly away.
As with all snakes, a rattlesnake's first choice in defense is to get away from a threat and hide. If the snake feels it is cornered with will rattle its tail, using loose… skin to generate a buzzing-rattling sound as a warning. If an animal ignores the warning or approaches too quickly the rattlesnake will bite as a last resort and may inject venom. A venomous bite from a rattlesnake is extremely painful at best and fatal at worst.