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Synonyms for cave dweller

someone who lives in a cave

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Nick Crane follows in the footsteps of the Victorians as he seeks out sea caves in Jersey that took nerves of steel to reach, and Ian McMillan is on Scotland's Ayrshire coast where he delves into the story of Sawney Bean, asking whether this cave-dwelling cannibal was simply the product of a wild imagination.
The result was a cave-dwelling environment with a "do your own thing" mindset.
The presence of the cave-dwelling tarantulas is also a good "bio-indicator" if there are disturbances in the faunas natural habitat.
What we found looked pretty familiar to cave-dwelling me, namely a collection of rock-cut rooms with the occasional carved facade opening onto a church along with lots and lots of roosting holes for pigeons.
the family to see The Boxtrolls, a 3D animated film about an orphaned boy raised by cave-dwelling, rubbish-collecting troll creatures.
These include a cave-dwelling bird that is so oily it can be used as a lamp and a bird that has claws on its wings and a stomach like a cow.
Objectives: The project aims to: Protect the resting/breeding sites of cave-dwelling bat species; Increase the availability of foraging sites for bats;
For 14 years, the state has years sought to evict the traditionally cave-dwelling Palestinians from their homes and grazing lands inside the designated area.
In the very early days, our intrepid cave-dwelling ancestors stretched animal skins over sticks - and thus camping was born.
In the very early days, our cave-dwelling ancestors stretched animal skins over sticks and camping was born.
Unlike Plato's cave-dwelling, these shadows cast under the sun are tributes to divine glory (30), providing genuine knowledge of God's natural, not magical, presence (25).
One of the smallest ever cave-dwelling ground beetles (Carabidae), has recently been discovered in two caves in the Rhodopi Mountains, Bulgaria, and described under the name Paralovricia beroni.
In Texas, some of the more adapted cave-dwelling millipedes--those that leave their normal habitat in the soil--grow as much as three times as large as millipedes in the same genus.
In this collection of narrative essays, nature writer Belleville explores the swamps, beaches, and jungles of Florida, investigates a shipwreck and a historical riverboat town, and searches for native wildlife such as the black bear and the cave-dwelling shrimp.
Mike Huckabee said on his Fox show <em>Huckabee </em>that Osama bin Laden is a hypocrite, for all his anti-Western and cave-dwelling public image.