Which Animal Would Win The Title, “Best Animal In Hunting Its Prey”?
It uses a worm like appendage to lure fish into its mouth. Best hunter and fisher.
I would say any type of spider, because they have a lot of patience in capturing there food.
I think the wolf would be the one. Cagey enough to work together with others, pacing it's prey sometimes for miles. letting each other play into the chase. Even the younger ones get to participate.
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If there was the title, ‘Best
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