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Synonyms for burrow

Synonyms for burrow

a place used as an animal's dwelling

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Synonyms for burrow

a hole made by an animal, usually for shelter

move through by or as by digging

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On average, month of spawning occurred during mid February, late March, mid April, and mid May for the December, January, February, and March burrowers, respectively.
The function of side muscles in Ribeirioida, also considered as infaunal burrowers, could be similar.
It is evident from the current study that juvenile geoducks, considered soft-bottom deep burrowers (Seilacher 1984, Savazzi 1990), were capable of digging faster in sand than in mud.
Abundances Number of taxa (families/orders included) Number of individuals Mean number of individuals Crustacea Mollusca ETO (Ephemeroptera, Trichoptera, Odonata) Ephemeroptera Trichoptera Odonata Non-insects (excluding crustaceans and molluscs) Non-insects Insects Oligochaeta Coleoptera (larvae and adults) Diptera (excluding Chironomidae) Diptera (including Chironimidae) Zooplankton Functional Feeding Groups Collectors Scrapers Shredders Predators Habits Burrowers Skaters Clingers Climbers Sprawlers Swimmers Swimmers (excluding zooplankton) Flyers Breathing Mechanisms Air breathers Gills Other
Cryptozoological bloodworms, Dune's sandworms, JT Petty's Burrowers, Alvanson and Negarestani's sentient oil and rat-swarms and machines that are digging: the ground beneath our feet is teeming with chthonic monsters, tellurian presences that chew through earth and nestle in burrows and reach up and snag and snare and pull back down into shifting dirt.
Whether they may try waiting it out until the previous interest rates return or to lock in their rates to avoid inflating interest rates, loan burrowers remain unclear on the best course of action.
darts The new series marks the start of the BBC's Summer of Wildlife, which will include a new daytime series, Springwatch In The Afternoon, presented by Nick Baker; Britain's Big Wildlife Revival, presented by Countryfile's Ellie Harrison, plus as a mini-series, The Burrowers, presented by Packham, about the lives of badgers, moles and rabbits.
Dr Marcello Ruta of the University of Lincoln, with colleagues from the Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago, the Museum fur Naturkunde in Berlin and the University of Bristol, found that near the end of the Permian, a large number of anomodont species existed with a wide range of body sizes and ecological adaptations, including terrestrial plant eaters, amphibious hippo-like species, specialized burrowers, and even tree-dwelling forms.
A case in point is fabulous new BBC Two series The Burrowers.
No coincidence, then, that The Burrowers seems like Watership Down for adults, with Chris Packham in the all-seeing role of Fiver and graphics reminiscent of Tony Hart's best bits.
From the Young Architect series for young readers age 7 and up, "Animal Homes" uses clear, brief, highlighted narrative in tandem with demonstrative color photos and illustrations to demonstrate structure, location and construction of homes for over nine different species, including weaver birds, magpies, beavers, termite colonies, burrowers, bees and wasps, spiders, and more.
The narrative above indicates that the species of Allacta are ground or trees climbers, not burrowers and borers.