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Does it want to eat? It could attack big mamals easy to find. Is it in fear, pain, angry? It could attack any light and sound sources, that means cars, buildings, etc.


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Pretty much anything made out of meat. Gathering from them acting from biological imperatives, a radical change of behavior in a species like this is very likely sheer desperation. Humans are the most prolific predators on Earth. We empty our seas of fish and these aquatic residents are fed up... or actually, not fed at all but still desperate to get their ...


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Cnidarians yes, corals probably not If a coral was going to become parasitic, it would probably be a "soft coral" without a calcite skeleton (these kinds of corals do exist). Kind of like a sea anemone (which are close relatives of corals), and there are actually are parasitic sea anemones. Losing the shell is something seen in a lot of parasites that ...


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