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How to compare ability between 2 species of an animal?

Can I use just "more"?

Species A has the ability to maneuver more than species B.

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You want to use "more" and then an adjective. In this case, "maneuverable" is the word you'd use.

Species A is more maneuverable than species B.

Or, if you want to emphasize abilities:

Species A's abilities make them more maneuverable than species B.

Or if you have a particular one in mind:

Species A's ability to XYZ makes them more maneuverable than species B.

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You could say

Species A has a greater ability to manoeuvre than species B.

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