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then they'll be forcibly separated to avoid risks of killing each other.
I'd be intrigued to know what would happen if they weren't separated. Would they stay friends or does nature inevitably just take its course?
and thus have no idea who my post refers to.
Tigers wouldn't prey on them in the wild. Too intelligent and difficult to catch, and they inhabite different terrains, so not sure.
or is it a learned behaviour?
If they were only given raw meat from already killed animals would they cotton on that living animals can be source of same meat? And, if they were getting enough meat anyway, could they be arsed to chase and kill animals they get on with anyway?
that wasn't an attempt at patois.
I suppose they must do really or else they'd be a bit fucked in the wild.
I'll refer you to World Poultry.net
pigeon: *gotta get this monkey off my back.*