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The second night after we arranged this trap configuration, the male fish owl of the Faata River pair approached the enclosure and ate half the salmon inside before stumbling onto the noose carpet on the bank and engaging the trap transmitter.
It’s easy to fall into the trap of believing that once you build it, they will come.
BofA says steer clear of so-called “value traps” like Mohawk Industries, KeyCorp, and Flowserve Corporation.
Kang and colleagues confirmed that 4VA can attract locusts in the real world by setting sticky traps baited with the pheromone.
NASA’s Spirit rover, for example, met its end after getting stuck in a sand trap on Mars in 2009.
Plenty of animals build homes and traps, but larvaceans and spiders are among the few that don’t collect building material or dig and sculpt soil.
A couple of pointed bones display no signs of having been attached to a shaft and possibly held bait while fishing or functioned as barbs in netted animal traps, Langley says.
Because that’s not a concern in microgravity, the trap can be weakened, allowing the cloud of atoms to expand and cool.
So the big trap we’re in right now is that as these technologies take off, the public will see very little in the way of new tax gains from it.
Sometimes the animal was caught in a trap which was nothing less than a hut of logs with a single entrance.

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