Many predators will certainly scavenge, should the opportunity present itself. However, some predators are much less likely to scavenge. Take, for instance, owls — most of them are, as far as I know, pretty exclusively hunters. Snakes, as a rule, are never scavengers: many are unwilling to take dead prey. Many insectivorous bird species capture live prey on the wing, but don’t eat dead insects from the ground. So yes, there are some predators who won’t scavenge for food.
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