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scat

1
a type of jazz singing characterized by improvised vocal sounds instead of words

scat

2
any marine and freshwater percoid fish of the Asian family Scatophagidae, esp Scatophagus argus, which has a beautiful coloration

scat

an animal dropping
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SCATS has gained popularity in Australia, Asia, and more recently in North America [6].
Most scats contained at least two prey groups, and one scat contained remains from all eight groups (Fig.
They included instructions for how to identify and safely collect leopard seal scat, which they said is "good as gold" for researchers.
"Concealed deep inside the scat was a USB stick," the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA) said on its website.
Appleby said: "She really pulled away at the end and, as she's by Scat Daddy, she had the right action and a run style which should suit Meydan.
blast from the past 1913 Scat was centre of attention at vintage car event
In Costa Rica, only six studies have described jaguar diet through scat analysis (Chinchilla, 1997; Bustamante, 2008; Carrillo, Fuller, & Saenz, 2009; Corrales & Cardenal, 2008; Gonzales-Maya, Navarro-Arquez, & Shipper, 2010; Montalvo, 2012).
Diet bias in scat deposition-rate surveys of coyote density.
Firstly, we differentiate the sun bear and black bear scat through present of different signs near the scats, such as claw marks, foot prints, bite marks and tree nest and also where we found sun bear tracks.
Key words: Felis silvestris, age classes, scat analysis
Thirteen fresh wildlife scat specimens were collected along the stream for STEC culture and PCR.