Predation of a Buff-banded Rail'Hypotaenidia philippensis' by Australian Ravens' Corvus coronoides' on Penguin Island, Western Australia
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Australian Ravens Corvus coronoides, although primarily scavengers, are known to prey on large vertebrates, which can detrimentally affect the prey populations. This paper describes an Australian Raven attacking and killing a Buffbanded Rail Hypotaenidia philippensis on Penguin Island, Western Australia, in the presence of several other Ravens.
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