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Southern Giant Petrel
Southern Giant Petrel
Southern Giant Petrels are large seabirds that target Royal Hatchlings, Infants, Chicks, Lords and Ladies. If seen flying overhead, young Royals below must immediately be protected by a parent or an owner. Lords and Ladies are sometimes embarrassed by this and may consider it to be overprotective. However, be firm, for without the protection of a parent or an owner, young Royals may be injured or even perish under the assaults of these airborne avian predators. Petrels do not communicate with Royals very often, but when they do, they will only deign to address full fledged Excellent Emperors. Such communication consists mostly of threats and insults, which must be taken very seriously. Much is lost in translation, but Petrels make their hostile intentions clear.
South Polar Skua
South Polar Skua
South Polar Skuas are known to be scavengers and grave robbers. These avian predators usually target Hatchlings, Infants and Chicks that may be near death due to having been neglected or lost, or have already passed away and have not yet been given a proper burial. They can communicate with Royals, but conversations are always short and confusing because of the language barrier. Although they are rarely a threat to healthy Royals of any age, socializing between the two species is greatly discouraged. Miscommunication is common and both sides are easily insulted by one another. As a result, socializing with Skuas is considered highly suspect and often leads to scandalous ruin of even the best of Royal reputations.
Leopard Seal
Leopard Seal
Little is known about Leopard Seals except that these stealthy predators are often very quick to attack. They never communicate with Royals, either because they cant, or because they simply would never wish to. They are aquatic mammals that, if large, will attack Earls, Countesses, Dukes, Duchesses, Princes, Princesses, and even Emperors and Empresses while they take advantage of icy depths. Occasionally, they will also threaten Lords and Ladies that have drifted off on the floating ice that breaks up in the summertime. They patrol the waters near the edge of icebergs, and, like enemy guerillas, clandestinely wait until targets draw near. Then, with canine-like teeth, they attack by clamping down on their preys feet and violently shaking them until they are still. If attacked, a Royal is rarely able to escape such a deadly grasp, and sadly, is never to be seen again.
Orca (Killer Whale)
Orca (Killer Whale)
Orcas are huge opportunistic predators and hunt in packs. They threaten Earls, Countesses, Dukes, Duchesses, Princes, Princesses, and even Emperors and Empresses while they take advantage of the icy waters. They also attack Lords and Ladies who have been separated from their families too early. They are the largest and the most threatening of all predators. However, although extremely dangerous, they often choose to hunt larger prey such as Leopard Seals rather than settle for the comparatively small meals that Royals make. This is doubly beneficial to Royals, since Leopard Seals are also a threat to them. However, Orcas have no loyalty to Royals and may still attack whenever an opportunity arises. Orcas and Royals do not communicate. However, Royals respect the great intelligence and strategy of Orcas, and know that they must never be underestimated.

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