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1. Oxford Flight Group

BBC World Service, UK. 7 December 2017. By analysing how a peregrine falcon chases its prey in flight, scientists have discovered that they track their prey in the same way as

flight.zoo.ox.ac.uk/- 13k - 1 Jun 2021 - Cached

2. Predator-prey interactions | open.conted.ox.ac.uk (beta)

Predator-prey interactions. Here you will find all the resources identified by our tutors as useful for the study of this topic, arranged in ascending alphabetical order. ... A comprehensive online course in population ecology comprising 4 units

open.conted.ox.ac.uk/keywords/predator-prey-interactions- 22k - 23 Jun 2022 - Cached

3. Good vibrations: how can spiders locate their prey? | University of Oxford

orb weaving spiders can compare 3D vibrational inputs into their 8 legs from the web to locate prey. ... Dr Mortimer found that as vibrations spread from prey through a spider’s orb web, the information on prey location becomes available by comparing

www.ox.ac.uk/news/science-blog/good-vibrations-how-can-spiders-locate-their-prey- 45k - 16 Jun 2022 - Cached

4. Collembola as alternative prey sustaining spiders in arable ecosystems: prey detection within predators using molecular markers. — Nuffield Department of Orthopaedics, Rheumatology and Musculoskeletal Sciences

Search. Collembola as alternative prey sustaining spiders in arable ecosystems: prey detection within predators using molecular markers. ... each of those species, it was possible to demonstrate that the spiders were exercising prey choice.

www.ndorms.ox.ac.uk/publications/375969- 61k - Cached

5. Monkey tool use threatens prey numbers, say researchers | University of Oxford

can negatively affect prey species in the same way it does in human society. ... If it continues, the researchers have speculated that these prey populations are likely to decline.

www.ox.ac.uk/news/2017-09-08-monkey-tool-use-threatens-prey-numbers-say-researchers- 53k - 24 Jun 2022 - Cached

6. How electricity helps spider webs snatch prey and pollutants | University of Oxford

Published. 8 Dec 2013. Share This. How electricity helps spider webs snatch prey and pollutants. ... Spider webs actively spring towards prey thanks to electrically conductive glue spread across their surface, Oxford University scientists have discovered.

www.ox.ac.uk/news/2013-12-08-how-electricity-helps-spider-webs-snatch-prey-and-pollutants- 51k - 24 Jun 2022 - Cached

7. Lack of prey is causing puffin chicks to starve leading to population declines | University of Oxford

lack of prey near some major breeding colonies is driving puffin chicks to starve, ultimately leading to population declines. ... Our study highlights the huge impact that climate-driven changes in prey availability can have on seabird populations.

www.ox.ac.uk/news/2021-03-22-lack-prey-causing-puffin-chicks-starve-leading-population-declines- 56k - 24 Jun 2022 - Cached

8. Extremely fast dives help peregrine falcons manoeuvre to catch agile prey | University of Oxford

altitudes enhance the raptors’ ability to execute manoeuvres needed to successfully attack agile prey that would otherwise escape. ... The team had previously shown that falcons attack their prey using the same steering rules as man-made missiles.

www.ox.ac.uk/news/2018-04-12-extremely-fast-dives-help-peregrine-falcons-manoeuvre-catch-agile-prey- 50k - 24 Jun 2022 - Cached

9. Extremely fast dives help peregrine falcons manoeuvre to catch agile prey | University of Oxford

altitudes enhance the raptors’ ability to execute manoeuvres needed to successfully attack agile prey that would otherwise escape. ... The team had previously shown that falcons attack their prey using the same steering rules as man-made missiles.

www.ox.ac.uk/news/2018-04-12-extremely-fast-dives-help-peregrine-falcons-manoeuvre-catch-agile-prey-0- 52k - 24 Jun 2022 - Cached

10. Good vibrations: how can spiders locate their prey? | Department of Biology

Good vibrations: how can spiders locate their prey? Good vibrations: how can spiders locate their prey? ... Dr Mortimer found that as vibrations spread from prey through a spider’s orb web, the information on prey location becomes available by

www.biology.ox.ac.uk/article/good-vibrations-how-can-spiders-locate-their-prey- 103k - 28 Jun 2022 - Cached

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