Biologists study trade-offs of microscopic predators

The drama of predators vs. prey—hunting, stalking, fleeing—isn’t limited to the animal kingdom. Underneath our feet, hungry amoebae in the soil pursue and eat bacteria in a microscopic wild kingdom. But being a predator has its own costs, and that’s as true for amoebae as it is for lions or wolves.

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