- n. Plural form of predator.
“What separates humans from other predators is our opposable thumb which among other things enables us to use firearms, thus negating any need to "fight" the other predators.”
“The notion that drug dealers are "predators" is one manufactured by politicians.”
“I can tell you this ... a hatchery reared fish that weighs 41 pounds is remarkable, but is it really the same as the wild trout that has outsmarted all the predators from the time it was born?”
“Alan Furst: Red Gold: A Novel - Set in the back streets of Paris and deep in occupied France, Red Gold moves with quiet menace as predators from the dark edge of war — arms dealers, lawyers, spies, and assassins — emerge from the shadows of the Parisian underworld.”
“A troll attacking a very nearly dead thread with total nonsense. “subsidizing prescription strength sex-enhancement drugs for child predators is ok”.”
“The number of predators is linked to the number of its prey, and the number of its prey linked to that which it feeds upon, and so forth.”
“Protecting the public from predators is pretty stupid.”
“Instead, the Administration has acted as if preserving irresponsible predators from the consequences of their own actions had the highest priority.”
“Its a pretty simple connection, we hunters do not have the same effect as predators, therefore an ecosystem without predators is a malfunctioning ecosystem.”
“Predator Aware, a group that works towards conservation of predators, is also reporting some dire situations in Masai Mara wildlands and Siana ranches in the southern part of Kenya.”
Looking for tweets for predators.