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- Ancon sheep (also called "Otter" sheep) are a grouping of domestic sheep with long bodies and very short legs, with the fore-legs being crooked. The term...
- saw service in World War II Ancon (sidewheel steamship), a p****enger/cargo ship wrecked at Loring, Alaska in 1889 Ancon sheep, an extinct breed of sheep...
- Louisa (May–June 2007), "Earliest Archaeological Evidence of the Ancon Mutation in Sheep from Leicester, UK", International Journal of Osteoarchaeology...
- with dwarfism. The now-extinct Ancon sheep was created by humans through the selective breeding of common domestic sheep with achondroplasia. The average-sized...
- for example, jumping over ranch fences. One example of this is the Ancon sheep, which was first bred from a lamb born in 1791 with naturally occurring...
- rare abrupt changes he called "sports" or "monstrosities" (example: Ancon sheep with short legs), and (2) ubiquitous small differences (example: slightly...
- white) and include peaks such as the Texal Grande, Tecampanero, La Mesas and Ancón Mountains, which range between 1,830 and 2,150 meters above sea level. Only...
- Gorda Cayos de Caracoles Cayos de Pajaros Cayos de Ratones Cayos Geniqui El Ancon El Mono Caja de Muertos Isla Culebrita Isla de Cardona Isla de Culebra Isla...
- help with a treaty for both Peru and Chile, better known as the Treaty of Ancón. This was signed by both of them on October 20, 1883, to keep the peace...
- indigenous cotton species Gossypium barbadense has been dated, from a find in Ancon, to c. 4200 BC, and was the backbone of the development of coastal cultures...
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