"When not hunting the male mountain leapers stand as motionless sentials, guarding the females and the young of the pack. On bright days the pack may sun itself on the open slopes, at which time it is vulnerable to attack by birds of prey and mountain pterosaurs. "   Dougal Dixon pg: 61
Predator and prey
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