Day 30: How to Catch a Carrot

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When you are a predator-in-training, the best way to increase your skill is to start with large, slow, easy prey.

A good example is the docile lettuce leaf – it is the perfect “training wheel” for new predators.

But when you become more confident and accomplished, you can progress to smaller, wilier prey – such as small, thin, quick carrot sticks.

Nom nom nom. This lettuce leaf was easy to bring down - large and slow and tasty.
Nom nom nom. This lettuce leaf was easy to bring down – large and slow and tasty.
Whoa. My predatory instincts suddenly went to "high alert."
Whoa. My predatory instincts suddenly went to “high alert.”
I spy small, wily, quick prey!
I spy small, wily, quick prey!
Using my finely-honed eye-hand coordination and muscle tone, I will just capture and crush the carrot sliver in my powerful beak.
Using my finely-honed eye-hand coordination and muscle tone, I will just capture and crush the carrot stick in my powerful beak.
Then I can store the rest for later by trapping it under my deadly claws.
Then I can store the rest for later by trapping it under my deadly claws.

Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts

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Published by Shannon Cutts

Cockatiel, redfoot tortoise and box turtle mama. Author, writer, pet & people blogger.

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