Stealing a meal from a lion, on first thought, seems like a bad idea. Lions kill people. But this might not be such a bad strategy, and it could have been one that helped early humans to obtain protein and survive. It might also be a practice that continues in Africa today, according to biologists who witnessed an episode of kleptoparasitism (stealing prey from another) in Benoue National Park in Cameroon a few years ago. Their report appears in the African Journal of Ecology.
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