Stercorarius skua (Stercorariidae) - Beutefang- und Freßverhalten

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Title
Stercorarius skua (Stercorariidae) - Beutefang- und Freßverhalten
Alternative Title
Stercorarius skua (Stercorariidae) - Preying and Feeding Behaviour
Author
License
CC Attribution - NonCommercial - NoDerivatives 3.0 Germany:
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Identifiers
IWF Signature
E 2899
Publisher
Release Date
1985
Language
Silent film
Producer
Jürgen Schimmelpfennig
Ute Schimmelpfennig
Production Year
1983

Technical Metadata

IWF Technical Data
Film, 16 mm, 112 m ; F, 10 1/2 min

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Abstract
Große Raubmöwe (Skua); Shetland Inseln. Erjagen von Dreizehenmöwen, Töten der Beute an Land durch Genickbisse, im Wasser durch Ertränken. Freßvorgang: Rupfen des Brustgefieders, Fressen von Flugmuskulatur und Eingeweiden. Erbeuten und Töten einer flüggen Mantelmöwe auf dem Meer. Fressen an einem Papageitaucher (Skuapaar). Kleptoparasitismus: Baßtölpel werden zum Auswürgen der Nahrung veranlaßt.
The film shows predation, killing and feeding habits of the Great Skua (Stercorarius skua skua) with three different preys (Rissa tridactyla, Larus marinus, Fratercula arctica). Also food-piracy (kleptoparasitism) with Sula bassana. All shots from Shetland Islands, GB, at 25 fps.
Keywords Basstölpel Sula bassana Morus bassanus Papageitaucher Fratercula arctica Mantelmöwe Larus marinus Möwe / Raubmöwe Skua Raubmöwe Große Raubmöwe Stercorarius skua Dreizehenmöwe Rissa tridactyla Nahrungsaufnahme / Charadriiformes Parasitismus / Kleptoparasitismus Beuteerwerb / Aves prey capture / Aves parasitism / kleptoparasitism ingestion / Charadriiformes Rissa tridactyla black-legged kittiwake kittiwake Stercorarius skua great skua Larus marinus great black-backed gull Fratercula arctica Atlantic puffin common puffin Morus bassanus Sula bassana northern gannet

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