It grasps onto vegetation using its hindlimbs, which leaves its raptorial
forelimbs available to seize passing prey (personal observation in a laboratory setting).
Turner, Chiappe and colleagues show evidence that Changyuraptor belongs within a specific group of four-winged raptorial
dinosaurs called the microraptorines.
This genus is independently known through an empirically based division of bird lifestyle into raptorial
Abstract: Behavioral ecology of red-tailed hawks, rough-legged hawks, harriers, Kestrels, and other raptorial
birds wintering in south central Ohio.
He and his fellow researchers published their findings in Nature under the title "The giant bite of a new raptorial
sperm whale from the Miocene epoch of Peru.
legs are used in capturing prey, which is stabbed with a piercing proboscis.
Pattern of co-existence in a guild of raptorial
The spines on the raptorial
forelimbs are long and needlelike, compared to the fine comb appearance of species such as Hymenopus coronatus, the orchid mantis.
forelegs of members of this genus are used to capture small arthropods (Clausen 1977).
Also, the known locations for the species are inside a sanctuary for raptorial
birds, the Snake River Birds of Prey National Conservation Area.
God's intelligence is a hunting bird's, as airborn as it is unknowable, as raptorial
as it is heraldic.