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Teokset Teokset 1 - 10 / 18 haulle Weasels would suffice to betray their character. The teeth are almost of the highest....
" Weasels would suffice to betray their character. The teeth are almost of the highest known raptorial character; the jaws are worked by enormous masses of muscles covering all the side of the skull. The forehead is low, and the nose is sharp; the eyes... "
The Natural History of Weasels and Stoats: Ecology, Behavior, and Management - Sivu 5
tekijä(t) Carolyn M. King, Roger A. Powell - 2006 - 464 sivua
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St. Nicholas, Nide 41,Osa 1

Mary Mapes Dodge - 1914
...masses of muscles. The forehead is low and the nose is sharp; the eyes are small, penetrating, and cunning, and glitter with an angry green light. There...a body extraordinarily wiry, lithe, and muscular, and ends in a remarkably long and slender neck in such a way that it may be held at right angles with...

Fur-bearing Animals: A Monograph of North American Mustelidae, in which an ...

Elliott Coues - 1877 - 348 sivua
...once more, which one of the larger animals will defend itself or its young at such enormous odds ? A glance at the physiognomy of the Weasels would suffice...extraordinarily wiry, lithe, and muscular. It ends a remarkably long and slender neck in such way that it may be held at right angle with the axis of...

Fur-bearing Animals: A Monograph of North American Mustelidae, in which an ...

Elliott Coues - 1877 - 348 sivua
...are worked by enormous masses of muscles covering all the side of the skull. The forehead is low, aud the nose is sharp ; the eyes are small, penetrating,...extraordinarily wiry, lithe, and muscular. It ends a remarkably long and slender neck in such way that it may be held at right angle with the axis of...

Miscellaneous Publications, Numero 8

Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories (U.S.) - 1877
...penetrating, cunning, and glitter with an angry green light. There is something peculiar, more-' over, in the way that this fierce face surmounts a body extraordinarily wiry, lithe, and muscular. It ends a remarkably long and slender neck in such way that it may be held at right angle with the axis of...

Transactions of the Linnaean Society of New York

Linnaean Society of New York - 1882
...existence is almost one continuous course of bloodshed. Dr. Coues speaks thus of its general aspect : " A glance at the physiognomy of the Weasels would suffice...extraordinarily wiry, lithe, and muscular. It ends a remarkably long and slender neck in such a way that it may be held at a right angle with the axis...

The Mammals of Minnesota: A Scientific and Popular Account of Their Features ...

Clarence Luther Herrick - 1892 - 299 sivua
...Yet once more, which one of the larger animals will defend itself or its young at such enormous odds? A glance at the physiognomy of the Weasels would suffice...extraordinarily wiry, lithe, and muscular. It ends a remarkably long and slender neck in such way that it may be held at right angle with the axis of...

Bulletin, Numero 7

Geological and Natural History Survey of Minnesota - 1892 - 299 sivua
...Yet once more, which one of the larger animals will defend itself or its young at such enormous odds? A glance at the physiognomy of the Weasels would suffice...extraordinarily wiry, lithe, and muscular. It ends a remarkably long and slender neck in such way that it may be held at right angle with the axis of...

The Diseases and enemies of poultry

Pennsylvania. Dept. of Agriculture - 1897
...Is sharp; the eyes are small, penetrating, cunning and glitter with an angry green light. There If something peculiar, moreover, in the way that this fierce face surmounts a body extraordinary, wiry, lithe and muscular. It pnds a remarkably long and slender neck In such a way thai...

Diseases and Enemies of Poultry, Osa 1

Leonard Pearson, Benjamin Harry Warren - 1897 - 866 sivua
...is sharp; thr eyes are small, penetrating, cunning and glitter with an angry green light. There 1? something peculiar, moreover, in the way that this fierce face surmounts a body extraordinary, wiry, lithe and muscular. It ends a remarkably long and slender neck In such a way lhal...

Familiar Life in Field and Forest: The Animals, Birds, Frogs, and Salamanders

Ferdinand Schuyler Mathews - 1898 - 284 sivua
...green light. There is something peculiar, more- Face of a Western Weasel IPutorius nigripes). over, in the way that this fierce face surmounts a body extraordinarily wiry, lithe, and muscular. It ends a remarkably long and slender neck in such a way that it may be held at right angles with the axis...




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