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The remains of a Kangaroo rat hangs impaled on the limb of a mesquite tree. A bird called a shrike has a habit of impaling it's prey on sharp objects.
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Orientation: Landscape
Photographer/Submitter: Michael Lusk
Wilderness: Cabeza Prieta Wilderness
Categories: Animal
Keywords: Desert, Kangaroo rat, Shrike
Description: How did a kangaroo rat get impaled on a mesquite tree? a bird called a shrike has a habit of impaling it's prey on sharp objects.



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