Is there any evidence to suggest that some animal species do not murder (a targeted attack leading to death) members of their own species? If so, which are the relevant species?
closed as too broad by AliceD♦, kmm, anongoodnurse, James, WYSIWYG Aug 29 '16 at 10:00
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Here are a few suggestions:
- Any coral
- Any sponge
- Blue mussels
- brown-headed cowbird
- Blue whale
- Common earwigs
- Plasmodium falciparum (causing malaria)
If by the use of the term "evidence", you are expecting a peer-review paper that discuss the matter, I am afraid you wont find any as it is not really a question of interest to researchers. If you can prove wrong any of the above suggestions I will be happy to remove it (and eventually add some others).