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    Early Americas' most challenging prey was the _____.

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    Tommyh

    LOL.Clever. :)

     Kodiak bears Vs Early Americans with spears and arrows would be challenging in the spring and summer. The winter freeze-up is when bears sleep and humans could travel south. But the fact is humans can be much more challenging than any other critter.  


    prey |pr?|
    noun
    an animal that is hunted and killed by another for food: the kestrel is ready to pounce on unsuspecting prey.
    • a person or thing easily injured or taken advantage of: he was easy prey for the two con men.
    • archaic plunder or (in biblical use) a prize.
    verb [ no obj. ] (prey on/upon)
    hunt and kill for food: small birds that prey on insect pests.
    • take advantage of; exploit or injure: this is a mean type of theft by ruthless people preying on the elderly.
    • cause constant trouble and distress to: the problem had begun to prey on my mind .
    PHRASES
    fall prey to (also be or become prey to )be hunted and killed by (an animal): small rodents fell prey to domestic cats. • be vulnerable to or overcome by: he would often fall prey to melancholy | the settlers become prey to nameless fears.
    DERIVATIVES
    preyer noun
    ORIGIN Middle English (also denoting plunder taken in war): the noun from Old French preie, from Latin praeda ‘booty,’ the verb from Old French preier, based on Latin praedari ‘seize as plunder,’ from praeda .

    Early Americas' most challenging prey…...


    each other. 

    Microbes from strangers coming to discover them...  They could slay most of their prey, but became the victims of these disease organisms. 

    buffalo?

    clu

    I assume prey as being something to eat. No coyotes or roadrunners for me!!
    Ducky

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    Oh. You might be right clu. I guess I couldn't eat the Roadrunner either. lol

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