the feral cat preferred to scavenge carrion from the forest floor
the city dump where the squatters scavenge to survive
Unlike the wolves the coyotes preferred to scavenge the dead carcasses left behind by others.
It's amazing what can be found if you scavenge around small wooded areas.
Another is that cats don't scavenge , so the only time that they could be baited is when they are ‘doing it tough, like right now‘.
Their analysis also found that B. anthracis has an enhanced capacity to scavenge iron, which it may use to survive in its host.
The administration of superoxide dismutase to scavenge superoxide anions was found to promote the survival rate of transplanted skin flaps.
Looters also made a comeback, making forays into a presidential palace to scavenge whatever was left behind from earlier bouts of looting.
Feral cats mostly scavenge and hunt rodents; that the real enemies of wild bird populations are habitat fragmentation and pesticide use.
They are compounds that scavenge free radicals of oxygen, unstable molecules given off by the body's many metabolic actions.