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  1. History of China (45919 bytes)
    94: ...ed to eating tree barks and some even resorted to cannibalism. Yet, he was still obsessed with his public image...
  2. Central African Republic (6564 bytes)
    62: ...hts violations (which are said to have included [[cannibalism]] and the feeding of school children to [[crocodi...
  3. Spider (29039 bytes)
    123: .... Mating of spiders is not invariably followed by cannibalism. [[Rainer F. Foelix]], (1982), says "''The suppos...
  4. Food (24212 bytes)
    70: ...]], [[pork]], [[veal]], [[cannibalism|human (i.e. cannibalism)]]
  5. World War II (58065 bytes)
    191: ...war crimes]] also included rape, pillage, murder, cannibalism and forcing female civilians to become [[sex slav...
  6. Colonial America (32872 bytes)
    29: ..., source documents indicate that some turned to [[cannibalism]]. However, the colony survived, in large part du...
  7. Dolphin (13554 bytes)
    135: ...en large whales. There are no known reports of [[cannibalism]] amongst dolphins. (See external link: [http://w...
  8. Tyrannosaurus rex (20653 bytes)
    58: ...t's competition for food/mates or active hunting (cannibalism) is unclear. In the Sue excavation site, an ''[[E...
  9. Tarantula (17481 bytes)
    181: ...e size and well fed, there should be little or no cannibalism. Keeping tarantulas communally is not recommended...
  10. Zeus (17267 bytes)
    37: ...ed with [[Lycaon]] ("the wolf-man") whose ancient cannibalism was commemorated with bizarre, recurring rites. A...
  11. Springfield, Illinois (6768 bytes)
    32: ...nner Party]], a group of pioneers who resorted to cannibalism while snowbound in the [[Sierra Nevada (US)|Sierr...
  12. Cheyenne, Wyoming (8059 bytes)
    78: ...m]] (though the official charge was murder, since cannibalism is not a crime in the United States) was apprehen...
  13. Black widow spider (5745 bytes)
    26: ...han twelve survive through this process, due to [[cannibalism]] (1). It takes two to four months for black wido...
  14. Aztec (38742 bytes)
    97: ... by some to postulate the existence of widespread cannibalism (M. Harner, Am. Ethnol. 4, 117 (1977)), although ...
  15. Mouse (5574 bytes)
    24: ...bodies of other mice, and have been observed to [[cannibalism|cannibalise]] their tails during starvation.
  16. Ancient China (39554 bytes)
    76: ...ed to eating tree barks and some even resorted to cannibalism. Yet, he was still obsessed with his public image...
  17. Shortfin Mako Shark (2459 bytes)
    20: ...her to get nutrients. This is called intrauterine cannibalism.
  18. Tarantulas (13045 bytes)
    71: ...e size and well fed, there should be little or no cannibalism. Keeping tarantulas communally is not recommended...
  19. Vampire (17166 bytes)
    5: ...re specific and less commonly-occurring form of [[cannibalism]]. The consumption of another's blood has been us...
  20. Taboo (2528 bytes)
    5: ...gious [[vegetarianism]], and the prohibition of [[cannibalism]]), restrictions on [[sexual activities]] and [[r...

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