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Birds that are fed on leafy greens like sukuma wiki (collard greens) or grass may have green droppings.
Mouse droppings and urine were even found on boxes of children's toys on display at the front of the store.
Ms Stones told the court: "I found some mouse droppings in one corner underneath the chip fryers, there were quite a few droppings there.
The main purpose of the research was to study the effect of different time of introducing manure in combination with mineral fertilizers and planting density, and using poultry droppings and mineral fertilizers in the cultivation of early ripening varieties on irrigated dark chestnut soils of the West Kazakhstan region on the yield and quality of potatoes (schematic of the experiments are shown in the tables).
The bacterial dust from pigeon droppings can enter your home through AC units and contaminate food and cooking surfaces causing diseases like salmonella.
Artist Kerry Morrison laid manuscript sheets on the ground in Liverpool parks and let birds deposit their droppings, while composer Jon Hering has transformed the bum notes into a full musical score.
A letter sent to the school after the May 24 inspection reads: "Upon commencing a physical inspection of the kitchen and storeroom the officer immediately found significant accumulations of mouse droppings throughout.
If it is practical and safe to dismount and kick the droppings aside, a rider could choose to do so.
Pandas at the Chengdu Research Base produce about 200 tons of droppings a year.
No accumulated bird or bat droppings within facility buildings nor bird or bat roosting sites on the golf course were evident.
Acidic in nature and ripe with disease, the accumulation of bird droppings has caused this historic treasure to be in peril.
In the godwit droppings, the researchers were amazed to find bright red larvae called bloodworms.
He and a colleague examined droppings in a salt marsh roosting site of waterbirds called black-tailed godwits.
For centuries Japanese geishas have used processed bird droppings to lighten and smooth their skin.
Bat droppings fall to the floor of the cave where millions of guano beetles eat the droppings as their food.