A put or E nnemis

A fter observed herons and cormorants, among others, without criticizing their way of life, we realized that during this time hunting these predators use both. the heron is posted around the cormorants hoping to be able to steal a badly swallowed fish.
I n out of the water, cormorant is vulnerable and his first glance is focused on the heron posted on the bank. The fishing bird uses the heron as a control tower when it comes out of the water. If the latter is not there, there is a danger! So quickly, you have to spread your wings and I go to see if the water is better elsewhere.

rouver sa place c'est important et essayer de la garder, c'est mieux...

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In this period of end of drought, food becomes scarce, reservoirs of water still having enough fish are difficult to find and places of observation or waiting are "kept hunting" then war rages and sometimes it becomes very violent. It's "Ok Coral". they come to the hands or rather to the beaks and legs. In this period of scarcity, there are no more friends.
When the heron attacks, it forgets its flying gestures and postures, like a raptor, beak forward, to hurt. We play more to defend our territory.
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M is the cormorants are there. They fly over them, mingle with them hoping to impress them so that they lose their prey but I nickname them the babacool, afraid of nothing except man, of course, he is inhuman.

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fleeing

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A quick escape is essential, it is often synonymous with not being injured. Real cries of fear often melt after the attack. the chased often hides in the middle of the branches so as not to be annoyed.

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