hoofed mammal

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any of a number of mammals with hooves that are superficially similar but not necessarily closely related taxonomically

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Gray wolves prefer to hunt large hoofed mammals, like elk, deer, moose, caribou, and sheep, although they will supplement with smaller prey like rabbits, beavers, rodents, fish, waterfowl, and even small reptiles and amphibians.
He called sex with animals "harmless," saying that "as long as the animal doesn't mind--and the animal rarely does--I don't mind, and I don't see why anyone else should." So, we further have lowered the bar from "consenting adults" to "consenting adults and hoofed mammals." How does that work?
The largest and most widely distributed was the grey wolf, a species whose large size (averaging 36 kg), intelligence, and social nature made it well adapted as the major predator of northern ungulates, or hoofed mammals, such as moose, deer, elk, caribou, and sheep.
It's milk that has not been pasteurized acquired from hoofed mammals such as cows, goats or sheep.
coli, a microbe with hoofed mammals as its natural host, gets from killing people.
When one begins to tire of bird and butterfly migrations, Wilcove easily switches gears to the plight of hoofed mammals wending their way through miles of fences and ranches.
These and other hoofed mammals, plus ostriches and other ground birds, now wander through the African Savanna, an expansive new exhibit at the San Francisco Zoo.
Following the outbreak of mad cow disease, or bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE), in Britain in October 1999, all states and territories in Australia banned the feeding of animal protein to ruminants, cud-chewing hoofed mammals including sheep, he said.
These features relate them to hoofed mammals such as cows, hippos, pigs, camels and giraffes.
* Hoofed mammals: Deer and elk have a two "toed" track.
My expertise resides primarily with hoofed mammals. The sections of this book dealing with these species are, unfortunately, peppered with annoying inaccuracies and dated ideas.
Thirty-seven percent of hoofed mammals - deer, antelope, horses, rhinos, camels, and pigs - are also threatened.
It eats large hoofed mammals such as deer and elk as well as smaller animals such as beaver, squirrel or rabbit.
Hoofed mammals move about here and there for water and a bite to eat.
lung of a smoker Rags elastics collars Oilcloth muslin kerchiefs silk Roses roses which suit a garbage heap fine as they do poems roses beginning to smell like people roses on which flies descend roses wrapped in thin rustling paper by salesgirls' moist hands roses kept in crystal vases like golden fish roses whose water was changed like compresses on patients' heads roses bound with wire like criminals roses with joints similar to hoofed mammals' joints roses whose leaves look very much artificial roses because of which I woke up at 3:30 A.M.