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Similarly, Axtell (1954) suggested keeled earless lizards as a species have little difference in SVL between males and females.
The rabbits, which are housed in an outdoor bunny pen, are eating wild grass, which resulted in earless bunny's birth.
Xie Yong claims that the "paintings of medicines" are "much more effective than artemisia for opening the deaf and earless.
Over the past 20 years, the mother-of-two and grandmother-of-three has turned the gardens surrounding her home into a haven for everything from birds ( including hawks, pelicans, gulls and geese ( to horses, goats and even an earless sheep called Lugless Douglas.
As Janie walks home, she is watched by "sitters [that] had been tongueless, earless, eyeless conveniences all day long.
The spirit of Hurston's collecting varied widely from Wright's: she was working to transform representations of her subjects from "tongueless, earless, eyeless conveniences" (21) to powerful creative, complex beings.
The hospital feared no one would want to take on an earless cat but after two months a visitor decided Vinne would make the purr-fect pet.
Forensic experts said that Manning had bullet wounds in the head, cuts to the neck, and was earless.
Some animals, such as the Apache pocket mouse, the bleached earless lizard, and the Cowles prairie lizard, have adapted.
Will Murray cod, barking owls, squirrel gliders, swift and superb parrots, tuans, growling grass frogs, earless dragons and regent honeyeaters still survive in the wild?
Earless lizards occur in sandy soils with open areas along the south-central border counties of the state.
I scratched a big X through my earless, macaroni-legged horse, wadded it up into a little ball, and stuffed it under the lid of my desk.
Expansion work on the airport in Canberra that would allow the facility to accommodate the Queen's Boeing 747 has been delayed because it is believed that the earless dragon lives near Canberra International Airport.
Striper, the other earless dear, was at the tail of the string and was not happy about it and told us all for about 20 minutes.
Pinnepeds are classified into three families: Otariidae (eared seals) Phocidae (true, or earless seals), and Odobenidae (walruses) Otariids are divided into two sub families: Arctocephaline (fur seals) and Otariiae (sea lions).