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Chrome Console and Javascript Object Type

The Prey you are seeing is the Prey when you do function Prey(){};, thus, the function name is Prey. If you define Prey as var Prey = function(){}; then the function name is "";

So basically if you want use the function name, you must give your constructor a name. var Prey = function Prey(){};

EDIT: or its possible that you did a variation of this:

var A = function NAMED(){};
var B = function(){};
B.prototype = Object.create(A.prototype);
var o = new B();

> o 
< B {};


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