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droppings

Animal excrement. Bobby, why are rabbit droppings all over the living room floor?
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Poultry droppings will vary depending on diet, weather, cecal dropping, broody hen dropping and the health of the bird.
A video shows mouse droppings littering packets of crisps, while multiple snack items - including a pack of biscuits - had been gnawed through by mice.
She was looking at the structure and cleanliness of the business when she noticed a large amount of droppings.
Unfortunately, until present, scientific literature has almost no data about potatoes' responsiveness to poultry droppings in the conditions of irrigation on chestnut soils.
Dubai: Pigeon droppings in homes and offices can lead to major health problems, experts have warned.
London, January 20 ( ANI ): A piece of music that was composed by waiting for bird droppings to fall onto giant sheets of manuscript paper will be receiving its premiere later, it has been revealed.
Mounds of mouse droppings were discovered in the kitchens of Bedford primary in Bootle in a surprise hygiene spot-check.
THE familiar sight of car bodywork 'etched' by bird droppings are not the result of any corrosive property in the deposit - as is commonly believed - according to research from car care experts Autoglym.
Also, for the readers' interest, a study carried out by the Health and Safety Executive in 2003 showed that droppings from healthy horses pose no risk to human health.
A world-famous panda breeding center in western China is set to sell souvenirs made using the animals' droppings, the China Daily reported Thursday.
Always wash your helicopter if it has been hit by bird droppings while inside or outside of a hangar.
Infection is almost always acquired by inhalation from an environmental source, most commonly disturbed earth or bird or bat droppings.
Built to survive Japanese bombs and missile attacks the Intrepid was having serious trouble surviving bird droppings," said Phil Waldorf, president of Bell Environmental Services.
Researchers in Spain have found a species of insect larvae that pass through the guts of migrating birds and emerge in the birds' droppings, unharmed.