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to make a thorough search of

Synonyms for forage

bulky food like grass or hay for browsing or grazing horses or cattle

the act of searching for food and provisions

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collect or look around for (food)

wander and feed

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When there are too few nurses, the foragers can step in and take their places, reverting to their former practices," says Amdam.
Neither the Stuttgart woman nor the Loschbour man were genetically linked to the Siberians, but the Swedish foragers whose heads were mounted on spikes did bear a slight genetic resemblance to the Mal'ta child.
Playing to the unparalleled beauty and bounty of Big Sur, the moderate three-hour coastal and inland trek led by a seasoned forager is certain to jump start the senses ($75.
But here, Late Pleistocene foragers down to the Early Natufian receive 18 pages; the Late Natufian just 2 pages; the PPNA 6 pages; and then coverage expands again, the PPNB getting 9 pages.
A prime instance, he argues, is the contrast between the values of foragers, better known to us as hunter-gatherers, and those of farmers.
As Tomasello sees it, hominin life became fundamentally different from great ape social life, because an ecological trigger forced a change from individual to collaborative foraging (especially cooperative hunting), and hominin foragers became interdependent.
The team identified 224 bead types previously linked to either foragers or farmers.
Using locally sourced and traceable ingredients where practical and possible, most of the meat and vegetables comes from within a 10-mile radius of restaurant itself, with two professional foragers scouring the countryside and seashore in and around the Vale to provide the taste and flavour of freshly harvested herbs, salad leaf, fungi and fruit that are truly memorable.
The researchers found that the agriculturalists had significantly lower bone mass than the foragers.
Jillian and Mike dream of becoming expert foragers , finding edibles growing in the wild.
For an expanding subculture of budget-sensitive and health-conscious foragers with an adventurous palate, roadkill cuisine is proving very attractive.
She wants foragers and foodies to get involved in the three-day event.
The researchers limited their analysis to foraging bees, which are older, have a higher metabolic rate and less energy reserves (in the form of lipids stored in the fat body) than their hive-bound nest mates -- making the foragers much more dependent on a carbohydrate-rich diet, Robinson said.