salt lick


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salt lick

1. a place where wild animals go to lick naturally occurring salt deposits
2. a block of salt or a salt preparation given to domestic animals to lick
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In New Hampshire, 3 times as many encounters between people and moose occurred at night than in daytime at roadside salt licks (Silverberg et al.
Seven nights at Hemingways costs from pounds 725 per person, or take the 14-night "Safari Experience 2" visiting Ngulia and Salt Lick, from pounds 1,294.
Whatever the case, when tapirs come to a salt lick, they don't just lick--they eat it mud and all.
Coupled with the pickles and the ranch dressing, which brings out the salty flavor of food even more, what you've got here is practically a mini- salt lick.
Mish Mash celebrates its 10th anniversary with a birthday bash at Ad Lib, where Salt Lick DJs will also feature.
The alternative night was Salt Lick at Glasgow's Riverside club, a relatively new affair but one which has captured the city's imagination.
This dreamlike eight-minute piece features a naked Joo swimming in two thousand pounds of crystallized monosodium glutamate, performing a parody of evolution (swimming, then crawling, then standing) in the Great Salt Flats of Utah, and serving as a human salt lick for an elk in South Korea's northern mountains.
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When the Hilton group acquired the Salt Lick Game Reserve on the fringe of Tsavo West National Park and just off the Nairobi--Mombasa railway line, Tanzania's snow-covered Mount Kilimanjaro could be seen on the horizon, but not a wild animal was in sight.
Salt Lick Creek-Cordell Hull Dam - Gainesboro, Tennessee
Then outside, if we can get permission I'd like to build a big salt lick fire pit in the middle - like one I built down in Castle Eden - with outside seating areas around it and maybe a little smokehouse.
Also expect reunions of Shipe's old bands: the Blue Rebekahs and the Scapegoats, augmented with members of Salt Lick, Dan Jones and the Squids, and Eleven Eyes.