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Raptor Red is a book that follows the life of a Utah raptor through the eyes of a raptor named Raptor Red In the beginning of the book Raptor Red and her consort are hunting together the consort gets his leg stuck in mud and eventually sinks into it and dies After Raptor Reds consort dies Raptor Red becomes depressed for several weeks Raptor Red is now living off of washed up fish She is struggling to find a mate because she is losing weight and getting weak Then Raptor Red runs into her sister who has had several chicks After living with her sister for a while Raptor Red finds a consort who unfortunately has an instinct to try to kill the chicks Raptor Reds sister hates the new consort Raptor Reds consort was able to leave the chicks alone until one day when one of the chicks kept getting on his nerves he grabbed the chick in his mouth Raptor Reds sister was about to fight the consort and when Raptor Red tried to calm her sister down her sister slashes her and runs after the consort on a beach Then out of nowhere a male and female acro attack and the consort drops the chick Raptor Red and the female acro are now fighting in the water when a kronosaur suddenly grabs and kills the female acro The male acro takes a last look at his mate and retreats After the battle Raptor Red is happy about her victory until she sees her consort walk away A week after Raptor Red and her sister managed to lure the female acro into the ocean three more family groups of across show up on the beach Raptor Red and her sister could not deal with them so they were forced to move north into the mountains Raptor Red is depressed about losing another consort by now She is in a bad mood all day
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