Larus argentatus (Laridae) - Rivalenkampf im Wasser

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Larus argentatus (Laridae) - Rivalenkampf im Wasser
Alternative Title
Larus argentatus (Laridae) - Fight between Rivals in the Water
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E 270
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Silent film
Rittinghaus, Hans
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Film, 16 mm, 39 m ; SW, 3 1/2 min

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Revierverteidigung eines Silbermöwenmännchens. Drohen, heftige Flügelschläge, Packen des Rivalen an Flügel, Bein oder Schwanz, würgender Halsgriff, rhythmisches Eintauchen des Gegners, Griff um den Oberschnabel, Flucht des Unterlegenen.
Herring gull male defending its territory. Threatening, heavy wing strokes, attacking the rival at its wing, leg or tail, choking neck grip, rhythmic dipping of the rival, grip around the upper beak, flight of the inferior.
Keywords Möwe / Silbermöwe Silbermöwe Larus argentatus Revierkampf Revier / Aves Kampfverhalten / Charadriiformes Drohen / Aves threatening / Aves fighting behaviour / Charadriiformes territory / Aves territorial fight Larus argentatus herring gull Encyclopaedia Cinematographica
IWF Classification Biologie Charadriiformes - Wat- und Möwenvögel Aves - Vögel Vertebrata - Wirbeltiere Ethologie, Morphologie Zoologie zoology ethology, morphology vertebrata - vertebrates aves - birds charadriiformes - waders, gulls and auks biology