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beige

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ingratiate yourself

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to support slavishly every opinion or suggestion of a superior

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a color or pigment varying around a light grey-brown color

a young deer

show submission or fear

have fawns

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Surprisingly, they learned that 13 different coyotes killed these fawns.
They're taking out large numbers of fawns and even adult deer in some places, such as the Southeast.
A different South Carolina study, though, attributed the extreme drop in one region's deer population to coyotes killing 80 percent of all newborn fawns, almost entirely during their first two months of life.
Mission mastery of urban planning and operational implementation of Place des Fawns Complete mission, urban development operation, up Fawns through the formation of several islands to build.
Alex Morris, 26, has the unique task of hand-rearing fawns at the Scottish SPCA's national wildlife rescue centre at Fishcross, Clackmannanshire.
A trail-camera survey (the most reliable technique to estimate the number of deer in most habitat types) showed a 193 percent increase in fawns surviving to February compared to the February before predator reduction.
The parenting doe leaves her fawns to forage regularly and returns periodically to nurse her hiding fawns.
Zoe loves to watch the newborn fawns when they try to stand for the first time.
Fawns of deer (Odocoileus) are difficult to locate due to their cryptic coloration and hiding behavior (White et al.
During the summer phase of the trial, while the automatic cameras observed fawns with does, at no time did the fawns consume corn at the feeders either before or after fencing was installed, they said.
The collision killed the mother and ruptured her abdomen, with two fawns spilling out.
Keith Lipthorpe used to run the club with his late brother Jim, while Lynn Horsman and Sandy Whyte used to be Fiesta Fawns.
Deer showed some unique social behaviors including formation of large mixed sex groups following crop harvest that remained intact until spring, much higher spring dispersal of female fawns and yearlings, and higher associations of yearlings with maternally related deer in summer and early fall compared with deer observed in southern Illinois.
Fawns can distinguish their mom's voice from another deer's, but a mom can't pick out her fawn's call, researchers say.
Kipper took such a shine to Mi-Lu that the pair have become inseparable Penny said: 'When their fawns are very young, Pere David deer hide them in a ditch or under a bush to keep them safe.