peccary


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elk, bighorn, pronghorn, mule deer, collared peccary, and white-tailed deer) within each study area.
Pessary It's a wild boar, ventures a friend, duped by the dactyl peccary, while to me sheer euphony suggests Pessary (n.
Howler monkeys lazed on the suspension bridges and collared peccary (small wild pigs) fed under the canopy along the driveway.
A certain accompanist of the fado singer, the musician playing the congas, was, while observing the proceedings, transformed into a peccary.
A yucca plant in the peccary diorama combines three materials: the brown leaves are originals; the green is carved from lightweight wood; and the flowers at the top are plastic and wax.
Javelina, also known as peccary or skunk pig, can measure between three and four feet long and weigh between 44 and 88 pounds.
The most common plant species in this zone are white tree (Bravaisia berlanderiana), wood luck seed (Thevetia gaumeri), sea grape (Coccoloba uvifera), geiger tree (Cordia sebestena), black poison wood (Metopium brownie), peccary tree (Sideroxylon americanum), joewood (Jacquinia aurantiaca), peccary wood (Caesalpinia vesicaria), blackbead (Pithecellobium keyense), wild sage (Lantana involucrata), blacktorch (Erithalis fruticosa), mexican cotton (Gossypium hirsutum), and century plant (Agave angustifolia).
When you see a peccary, climb the nearest tree," the book advises from the safety of its publishing office in the capital San Jose.
Longbows in hand, they are poised on tufts of earth adjacent to a retriever, a caribou, a lion, and a peccary.
The quatrefoil likewise appears at the site of Copan, as on a series of ballcourt markers, a dynastic monument from the Early Classic Motmot structure, and a carved peccary skull, where it literally provides a supernatural frame for historical rulers and events (Fash 1991: 87, Figures 24, 69; Fash & Fash 1996).
Van Roosmalen, said his discovery of the peccary - a kind of wild pig he dubbed Pecari maximus - points out the need to protect the region as a habitat for wild species.
Indians from the local Tupi tribe call it "Caitetu Munde", which means "great peccary which lives in pairs".
The exhibit includes many glamorous and popular animals including: Ocelot, Jaguar, Lynx, Male Cougar, Female Cougar, Grizzly Bear, Beaver, Black Wolf, Red Texan Wolf, Wolverine, Virginia Opossum, Northern Hare, Cross Fox, Collared Peccary, Horned Antelope and Columbian Black-Tailed Deer, to mention a few.
MY OTHER CAR'S A PANDA: A family on a buggy ride powered by llama,1920; TRUNK ROAD: Elephants stretching their legs on an urban safari on North London's Camden Parkway, 1939; HAMMING IT UP: Peccary piglet nips a tiger cub, 1914; PAW BLIMEY: This polar was a visitor sensation in 1912; FILL HER UP: An elephant stops for a spot of nosh to the delight of the youngsters in their 'best on top, 1896