Humans are the main enemy of anglerfish. While these predatory fish are believed to be at the top of the food chain in their natural environment, many species are fished commercially. They are said to taste like lobster ... More »

Parrots are small- to medium-sized birds native to the rain-forested areas of the Southern Hemisphere. Parrots' natural enemies include snakes, such as pythons and boa constrictors, eagles, hawks, owls and monkeys, who p... More »

Tigers are apex predators and have no natural enemies. Human-related activities such as poaching, habitat fragmentation and habitat destruction remain the biggest threats to the existence of tigers worldwide. More »

There are over 200 different species of anglerfish, most of which live in the deep parts of the ocean at depths of around one mile. Their most defining trait is a small luminescent dorsal fin that has developed to hang o... More »

One species of anglerfish, the monkfish, may live more than 20 years. Anglerfish are known for their disproportionately large heads that comprise the bulk of their size. Many anglerfish species feature at least one long,... More »

Jaguars do not have any natural enemies because they are at the top of their food chain, however, humans are considered to be an enemy of the jaguar because they kill jaguars for fur and through habitat destruction. Jagu... More »

Humans represent the biggest enemy of bald eagles due to chemicals, vehicles or power lines. Other large birds or mammals, such as owls or raccoons, may occasionally prey on a nestling. Extinction threatened the bald eag... More »