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(white-tailed) laurel pigeon {noun} [Columba junoniae]
лавров гълъб {м}
white-tailed jackrabbit {noun} [Lepus townsendii]
белоопашат прериен заек {м}
white-tailed swallow {noun} [Hirundo megaensis]
белоопашата лястовица {ж}
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Usage Examples English
  • and the white-tailed rat ("Mystromys albicaudatus").
  • Peter Capstick explains that hydrostatic shock may have value for animals up to the size of white-tailed deer, but the ratio of energy transfer to animal weight is an important consideration for larger animals.
  • Large population of white-tailed deer find portions of their range running through Greenwood.
  • Europa is home to an endemic subspecies of white-tailed tropicbird ("Phaethon lepturus europae"), three kinds of landbird (including an endemic subspecies of the Malagasy white-eye) and its own species of hissing cockroach.
  • Hunterdon County is considered the premier place to hunt white tailed deer in New Jersey.
  • The white-tailed prairie dog is an "obligate" hibernator, while the closely related black-tailed prairie dog is a "facultative" hibernator.
  • The fruits are consumed by black-tailed deer in Texas, and white-tailed deer and fox squirrels in the Midwest.
  • Low-elevation and south-facing open-structure Rocky Mountain Douglas-fir types are often important winter range for white-tailed deer and mule deer.
  • Unlike other even-toed ungulates, pigs have a simple sack-shaped stomach. Some artiodactyla, such as white-tailed deer, lack a gall bladder.
  • Environmental degradation from white-tailed deer ("Odocoileus virginianus") in the US alone has the potential to both change vegetative communities through over-browsing and cost forest restoration projects upwards of $750 million annually.
  • The bald eagle forms a species pair with the white-tailed eagle of Eurasia.
  • In Britain before 1678, "eagle" referred specifically to the golden eagle, with the other native species, the white-tailed eagle, being known as "erne".
  • Great cormorants have returned and are flourishing. This has contributed to the increase in the population of white-tailed sea eagles, who feed on cormorants.
  • High white-tailed deer population density has been shown to decrease or eliminate trillium in an area, particularly white trillium.
  • The shitoki medallion often represents the white-tailed sea eagles that the Ainu hunt.
  • Family groups of black-tailed and Mexican prairie dogs are called "coteries", while "clans" is used to describe family groups of white-tailed, Gunnison’s, and Utah prairie dogs.
  • For example, excessive browsing by white-tailed deer can lead to the growth of less preferred species of grasses and ferns or non-native plant species that can potentially displace native, woody plants, decreasing the biodiversity.
  • A great variety of birds can be observed including eagles, toucans, parakeets and macaws. Other animal life in the area includes different species of monkeys, anteaters, white-tailed deer and tapirs.
  • The national mammal is the white-tailed deer ("Odocoileus virginianus"), which was adopted as a measure to avoid excessive depredation. [...] It is one of two species of deer that live in Honduras.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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