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Siberian huskies are domesticated animals. This means they don't have any natural enemies. They are prey animals however, and will chase squirrels and rabbits.


The animals all have different ways of protecting them selves. Like camouflage, they can hide from the enemies and blend in into the colors of leaves or the trees and water.


This is not to say that the opossum doesn’t have predators, of course, and in fact, even smaller animals can outsmart this opossum. Owls, for example, are one of the natural predators of the opossum, and that is before you even begin to think about coyotes, foxes, large dogs, bobcats and even house pets.


Foxes and coyotes are natural enemies. For the most part, foxes tend to stay away from the territory of a coyote. But as the human population grows, pushing animals like coyotes and foxes out of their natural environment and into urban settings has become common, bumping into each other by accident can result in a bloody battle.


Most cats enjoy going outdoors. It's stimulating, they enjoy the fresh air and they get to exercise their natural predatory instincts. However, even though Tabby may have sharp claws to defend herself, there are many animals that present a potential danger to her when she's outside.


Prey species must produce many more offspring than will survive to offset the multitude of predators that used them for food. Wild turkeys eat insects and other small animals, so they are predators, in a sense, but they become the prey of other birds, reptiles or mammals.


The lion isn't king of the jungle for nothing: Once he's fully grown, the only predator he faces is human. Reaching up to 500 pounds and living in prides of approximately 15 to 30 lions, no other animals are in the position to take on this guy and win.


Snail Dangers and Predators. Land snails have a large number of predators. They are small animals, slow, and lack agility or physical defense skills. For these reasons, they are the prey of other bigger, stronger and faster animals. From the ecological point of view, land snails are at the bottom of the food chain.


Elephant Predators. Most people find it extremely interesting that elephants are classified as having no natural enemies. However, that doesn’t mean they are always safe out there in the wild. They can become prey to many animals including lions and tigers. This is mainly though if one of them is weak or very young.


Some animals such as zebras have to protect themselves against both their enemies and extreme weather. Some large animals such as elephants do not have natural enemies. However, they still have to protect themselves from their hot weather in their habitat to stay alive. During a drought, they have to move to new habitats to find water and food.