Resourcefulness

Wise use of that which others would normally overlook or discard (Luke 16:10)

A tiger muskie will eat virtually anything that fits in its mouth, including ducks, frogs, rats, squirrels, water snakes, and smaller fish. This fish resourcefully feeds on that which others consider useless or undesirable.

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