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Cannibals are those animals that live by eating their own species. Under various conditions, around 140 different species show cannibalistic tendencies. Among lower vertebrates and invertebrates, Cannibalism is the commonest. One of its own kinds for prey is occurring among birds and mammals due to a predatory animal mistaking when food is scarce. In sexual process, Cannibal female eats the male after mating. Size structured cannibalism is known as the most common form of cannibalism because in which large individuals consume smaller ones. This type of cannibalism is commonly observed in octopus, bats, toads, fish, monitor lizards, water striders, flour beetles, diving beetles, back swimmers, birds (crows, barred owls) and mammals.