The salmon can be identified by its small scales, spotted tail
and thin 'wrist'.
The two to three pounder was easily distinguished by its spotted tail
, and black tongue and gums.
AT Tilda, aged four, has been paired with ten-year-old Frank following her relocation from La Vallee des Singes in France and the couple were spotted tail
twining within days!
From left to right, standing: Red Bear, Young Man Afraid of his Horse, Good Voice, Ring Thunder, Iron Crow, White Tail, Young Spotted Tail
; seated: Yellow Bear, Red Cloud, Big Road, Little Wound, Black Crow
The east coast's Indian River and Mosquito Lagoon can give anglers shots at "tailing" redfish--down-feeding fish which unintentionally broadcast their whereabouts by flicking their square, spotted tail
above the surface.
8:47 p.m.: Leominster Road, skinny stray cat, orange with a white spotted tail
, jumped on tables.
The hunt was hosted by Major General Philip Sheridan, and a number of colorful Western characters participated: Chief Spotted Tail
, Colonel George Custer, and Buffalo Bill Cody.
In the famous Gardner photo of the Sioux chiefs standing in a line, the young Spotted Tail
is standing at far left wearing a set of large hairplates.
"These are meant to protect the unique creatures of Tasmania's forests--the giant freshwater crayfish, wedge tailed eagles, the spotted tail
quoll." But he said no action was taken.
It has a black spotted tail
with a white tip, and short ear tassels.
On August 5, 1881, Crow Dog shot and killed Chief Spotted Tail
. Both individuals were Brule Sioux, and Brule law required that Crow Dog make reparations to Spotted Tail
It furnishes four primary source documents: (1) the Sioux Treaty of 1868; (2) a photograph of Spotted Tail
, a Sioux chief; (3) Alfred Terry's telegram account of the Battle of Little Bighorn; and (4) a letter giving a Sioux account of Custer's defeat at the Battle of Little Bighorn.