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Specifically, this is referring to creatures with a Bite and two Claw attacks. As far as I understood previously, they are both Primary natural attacks, and ruled that my player's Eidolon could use them all at full BAB in a full attack.
My basis for that was as such; Natural attacks are listed in this way (using the grizzly bear example I'd seen in another question)
Melee 2 claws +7 (1d6+5 plus grab), bite +7 (1d6+5)
Whereas Weapon attacks for say, a Cyclops, are listed this way;
Melee greataxe +11/+6 (3d6+7/×3)
It pretty clearly marks the BAB -5, indicating it's full attack setup. But I've also read that the PF rules for natural attacks are basically the same as 3.5. So, in that line of thinking, I've pulled up the listing for a tiger, which specifies full attacks as such;
2 claws +9 melee (1d8+6) and bite +4 melee (2d6+3)
So! I'm fairly confused. I'm thinking that if my player's Eidolon wants to full attack anymore, should it use the -5 BAB (and half strength) for his bite?