What is the difference between the hunting behavior of different families of predatory animals?

Like any other trait of an organism, species behavior, in particular hunting, is also inherited from one generation to the next. Therefore, predatory animals of different families have hereditarily fixed features of hunting behavior. So, animals of the Wolf family (wolves, foxes, jackals) have a subtle sense of smell and keen eyesight, with the help of which they detect the victim by smell and footprints. Possessing an elongated body and long limbs, powerfully developed muscles of the trunk and legs, high running speed and endurance, they chase the victim for a long time, weakening and overtaking it.
Animals of the Feline family (lions, tigers, lynxes) are lurking predators. Having found a victim, they sneak up to it, quietly and quietly, make a short, swift throw and grab it. They are not able to pursue the victim for a long time.

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