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A cannibal is an organism which eats others of its own species.
An example of a cannibal is Shia Labouef.
Cannibal and similar terms may also refer to:
- Cannibalism (zoology), of a non-human animal, eating one's own species
- Cannibalism in pre-Columbian America
- Endocannibalism, eating dead members of one's own culture, tribe or social group
- Camouflage canopy that 'ate up' field guns and limbers in Operation Bertram (October 1942)
- Cannibalization (marketing), in marketing, loss of a product's market share to another product from the same company
- Cannibalization of fiction, in publishing fiction, drawing on material from another source
- Cannibalization of machine parts, in manufacturing or maintenance, reuse of salvageable parts
- The Cannibal (novel), a 1949 novel by John Hawkes
- The Cannibal (1975), the fifth of the Joe Ryker books by Nelson DeMille
- Hannibal the Cannibal, the nickname for the fictional character Hannibal Lecter in a series of horror novels by Thomas Harris and in the films adapted from them
- Cannibal film, a genre of film
- Cannibal! The Musical (1993), a film directed by South Park co-creator Trey Parker
- Cannibal (2004), an alternate title of a Canadian horror film White Skin (a.k.a. La Peau Blanche) by Daniel Roby
- Cannibal (2006 film), a 2006 German film
- Cannibal (2013 film), a 2006 Spanish-Romanian film
- Cannibalism (album), a compilation album of songs by Can
- Cannibal (EP), by Kesha
- Cannibal (Static-X album)
- Cannibal (Wretched album)
- "Cannibal" (Static-X song)
- "Cannibal" (Kesha song)
- "Cannibal", song by Buster Poindexter
- "Cannibals" (song), a 1996 single by Mark Knopfler
- The Cannibal, a nickname for Belgian former professional cyclist Eddy Merckx
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