Difference between feed and scavenge
- provide with fertilizers or add nutrients to
- introduce continuously
- profit from in an exploitatory manner
- give food to
- move along, of liquids
- food for domestic livestock
A couple of weeks ago, while glassing four female Meneliks bushbuck two hundred yards away feeding in a tiny clearing during a pouring rain, a nice male stepped into view.
Lamaze classes aid in preparation; hypnosis, acupuncture, and biofeedback are also used.
This species is also closely associated with colonies of various seabirds and marine mammals; it feeds among birds and seals and has been considered a commensal of those colonial animals.
- feed on carrion or refuse
- remove unwanted substances from
- collect discarded material
- clean refuse from
The fact that many crustaceans, being omnivorous, may act as scavengers and eat the corpses of fellow aquatic creatures need not be a deterrent.
A related species, the burrowing bettong, will scavenge sheep carcasses.
All that is left is a grim arena where matter is collected by scavengers and transformed into useful merchandise.