Making a scavenger: Meat-thieving traits which have stood the check of time

Any animal, dwelling or lifeless, may be positioned on a ‘scavenging scale’ based mostly on variations in a couple of key organic traits and the setting at hand. This scale means that lengthy-extinct Tyrannosaurs and demise-eater bats have much more in widespread with hyenas and albatrosses than meets the attention.
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