light her little feet In her fairy theatre; Oh, but Sylvia is sweet!
"Not at all," cried a glow-worm, "if she were to wake without seeing a night-light she might be frightened, so I shall be her night-light."
The glow-worm light was waning too, but it was still there.
Downy-Back said, "Yes," and Thistle, thanking the kindly flowers, followed his little guide, through long, dark galleries, deeper and deeper into the ground; while a glow-worm
flew before to light the way.
We conjured up the picture of ourselves inside, tired and a little hungry; of the gloomy river and the shapeless trees; and, like a giant glow-worm
underneath them, our dear old boat, so snug and warm and cheerful.
His quest to make contact with the supernatural Whispers and offer them a tribute in return for his mum, turns out in fact to be a disastrous camping trip in the woods with his friends, following glow-worms
, until he stumbles upon his mother's grave and his loyal dog, Tucker, dies at the scene.
Orme wildlife THE Conwy Valley branch of the North Wales Wildlife Trust has a walk to see glow-worms
and moths on the Great Orme on Friday, June 22, 9.30pm-11.30pm.
ATTENBOROUGH'S LIFE THAT GLOWS BBC2, 9pm David Attenborough explores the world of bioluminescence, the often spectacular natural light produced by creatures including glow-worms
, fireflies and plankton, using specially designed cameras, some fitted to a new generation of deep-sea submersibles and robots to record instances in the very deep ocean.
and whirligigs are types of which order of insects?
are attracted to others glow-worms
, regardless of their gender, is absorbed.
Cuddly toys included Care Bears, Teddy Ruxpin and Glow-Worms
Calculate the maximum intra-distance between the glow-worms
present in a cluster; 5.