When you are a small and fierce predator, there is no reason you have to limit your predatory instincts to single-prey stalking.
For example, if you happen across an entire herd of tasty prey, you might as well bring them all down at once.
Here, the first thing you want to do is sit on top of the herd so they realize they are doomed.
Next, you can fix the prey with your most baleful stare, making sure to include each member of the herd in your stare.
Now, you can keep staring at the herd while getting very very close to each one of the prey (this will cause them to become paralyzed with fear).
When you are sure they are all paralyzed, you can attack.
At this point, you can commence to consuming the prey until you are full (and have your large featherless assistant wrap up the rest for later).
Author: Shannon Cutts
Co-Author: Pearl Cutts
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