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- The cream-colored courser (Cursorius cursor) is a wader in the pratincole and courser family, Glareolidae. Both parts of the scientific name derive from...
- The cream-colored wood**** (Celeus flavus) is unmistakably recognizable by its pale but distinct yellow plumage and beak, long erect crest, dark brown...
- was developed in Iowa during the early 20th century, beginning with a cream-colored mare named Old Granny. The Great Depression threatened the breed's existence...
- have pale blue eyes, cream-colored coats, and rosy-pink skin. White markings are usually visible upon closer inspection. The Cream gene produces two types...
- light brown eyes. Horses with 2 copies of the cream allele also exhibit specific traits: cream-colored coats, pale blue eyes, and rosy-pink skin. These...
- ordinary ice water. In the United States, cream soda is often vanilla-flavored and is either clear or colored a light golden brown, but red, pink, orange...
- Cream City brick is a cream or light yellow-colored brick made from a clay found around Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in the Menomonee River Valley and on the...
- there is no cream gene in the breed. Cremellos carry two copies of the cream gene and have a light mane and tail but also a cream-colored hair coat, rosy...
- ice cream – This ice cream flavor, which is made by using the key ingredient of activated charcoal, gives the flavor a black-colored appearance. It is most...
- They hunt insects by running. Their 2–3 eggs are laid on the ground. Cream-colored courser Cursorius cursor Somali courser Cursorius somalensis Temminck's...
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