Natural predators of adult bobcats include cougars, gray wolves, coyotes and large golden eagles. Foxes, eagles and owls prey upon bobcat kittens. In addition, adult male bobcats have been known to prey upon their own young.
Rabbits have many natural predators that include hawks, foxes, minks, snakes and humans. Its natural predators depend on where its natural habitat may be.
In the wild, foxes are hunted by large cats, coyotes, jackals and wolves. Depending on where the fox lives, it can also be hunted by eagles, bears and even humans.
Many owls are apex predators, meaning that healthy adults have no natural predators in the wild. Some species, such as the burrowing owl, face predation by hawks, badgers and foxes. Adult great horned owls have no natural enemies.
The most common predators of grasshoppers are flies. Flies place their eggs near grasshopper eggs so that when the fly eggs hatch they can feed on grasshopper eggs. In some cases, the fly larvae even feed directly on the adult grasshopper.
The animal predators of zebra are African lions, leopards, cheetahs, African wild dogs, spotted hyenas and Nile crocodiles, according to PawNation. Zebras are herbivores that are eaten by carnivores living within their habitat.
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