I'm specifically asking about animals that use a hunting strategy revolving around hanging around cadavers to attack animals attracted to the cadaver, or even leaving part of their catches out to lure scavengers.


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Saltwater crocodiles in Australia are reputed to do this; storing meat under water and later eating the fish and crustaceans that are attracted.

Having trouble finding a good source for this.

Article from national news service below.


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