"Get along wid ye!" said the mother, pushing away their woolly heads.
The baby employed the intervals in pulling Tom's nose, scratching his face, and burying her fat hands in his woolly hair, which last operation seemed to afford her special content.
This animal is commonly called the mountain sheep, and is often confounded with another animal, the "woolly
sheep," found more to the northward, about the country of the Flatheads.
He reported that despite the large size of woolly
flying squirrel, it is relative gracile and is a capable glider.
London, June 13 ( ANI ): Not long after the last ice age, the last woolly
mammoths succumbed to a lethal combination of climate warming, encroaching humans and habitat change - the same threats facing many species today, a new study has claimed.
WASHINGTON, D.C.: Woolly
Mammoth Theatre Company may be thirty something now (31, to be precise), but it's not too late for a makeover.
adelgid, Adelges tsugae (Annand), has devastated stands of Eastern hemlock, Tsuga canadensis L., and Carolina hemlock, T.
No, I mean woolly
hats, and how incompatible I am with them.
He consequently has an excess of woolly
NOW that the leaves have dropped on my apple tree, I've noticed white, woolly
growths on some of the old branches.
mammoths were roaming the Shropshire countryside thousands of years after they were thought to be extinct, research suggests.
mammoths roamed Earth thousands of years ago during the last Ice Age.