Of course this reviewer's favorite page and letter were N: "Nancy needs napkins," with a very funny illustration of a newt
nurse cracking nuts, while another newt naps, dozing over the Nantucket Times, a third newt eats noodles and a fourth newt messily eats nachos, ignoring napkins, underneath a portrait of a nose, a nest, and a nickel.
In 1927, the bodies of three hunters were found around a pot in which a newt
She said: "I was ill for a week with suspected salmonella poisoning, which I now know you can catch from just touching a newt
This population is particularly well studied, and previous research on predator recognition by adult Rough-skinned Newts in this population has demonstrated that they respond with avoidance to stimuli from snakes that had recently eaten a newt
(Gall and others 2011a).
John, vice president of the North East Reptile and Amphibian Group, put out a call for volunteers to man a newt
Folk arriving at the beer garden and pub at National Trust's Gibside estate, near Rowlands Gill in Gateshead, are being escorted by a newt
patrol on their drive into the grounds.
Builders working on the site of the Scissett Tesco Express have downed tools after it was revealed a newt
fence needed to protect the tiny amphibians has not been installed.
London, August 22 (ANI): Scientists report that a newt
has evolved a bizarre and gruesome defence mechanism to protect itself against predators, by pushing out its ribs until they pierce through its body, exposing a row of bones that act like poisonous barbs.
crossing point has been installed beneath the road.
Would-be human inhabitants had to wait while a newt
habitat was built, as European law requires.
reserve costing pounds 40,000 had to be built by the developers of Hortonwood Industrial Estate near Telford, Shropshire, two years ago.
The snakes were deprived food for 2 wk before the introduction of a newt
The best advice I can give you is to get a fishing net and find a newt
, and quick.
The great crested newt, also called northern crested newt or warty newt (triturus cristatus), is a newt
in the family Salamandridae, which is found across Europe and parts of Asia.
Flintshire County Council planning chief Huw Evans will tell councillors on Wednesday, agreeing to a newt
reserve will in no way prejudice the outcome of the housing application.