|To:||"canberra birds" <>|
|Subject:||Possibly bird related|
|From:||"martin butterfield" <>|
|Date:||Mon, 4 Aug 2008 13:46:05 +1000|
Yesterday when walking up our drive we were greeted by some rat parts. A head, neatly nipped off at the neck; a tail, again neatly nipped off at the base; and a few cm of some parts of the alimentary canal. The parts were more or less under a tree so could have been dropped therefrom.
Does anyone know if this selective style of eating is diagnostic of a particular sort of predator?
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